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Government 
Publication* 



REPORT 




AUDITOR GENERAL 



ON 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



YEAR ENDED 30tli JUNE, 

1879. 



FOR THE INFORMATION OF FARIAAMENT. 




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OTTAWA: 
iNTED BY MACLEAN, ROGER & Co., WELLINGTON STREET, 

1880. 



INDEX. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 

. PART I. 

Expenditure Accounts. 

PAGE, 

•Charges of Management 2 

Governor General's Secretary 8 

Privy Council 10 

Justice Department 12 

Militia and Defence , 14 

Secretary of State 16 

Receiver-General 20 

Finance , 22 

Treasury Board 24 

Auditor-General , 26 

Customs 28 

Inland Revenue 30 

Public Works and Railways and Canals 32 

Post Office Department 34 

Agriculture do 36 

Marine and Fisheries.... 38 

Contingencies 42 

Administration of Justice 78 

Police 88 

Penitentiaries , 90 

Legislation 104 

Arts, Agriculture and Statistics 108 

Paris Exhibition 110 

Immigration and Quarantine 112 

Pensions 126 

Militia 130 

Public Works *. 139 

Canadian Pacific Railway , 142 

Intercolonial Railway 143 

Canals 144 

Public Buildings, Ottawa 145 

Improvement Navigable Rivers 146 

Public Buildings, Ontario 147 

do Quebec 148 

do New Brunswick 149 

do Nova Scotia 150 

do British Columbia 151 

do Generally 152 

Penitentiaries 153 

Rents, repairs, &c 154 



PAGE 

Harbors, Ontario 155 

do and Breakwaters, Queboc 150 

do do New Brunswick 157 

do do Nova Scotia 158 

do do Prince Edward Island 159 

Dredging 160 

miscellaneous 161 

Ocean and River Service 1*77 

Lighthouse and Coast Service 178 

Fisheries 179 

Scientific Institutions 180 

Meteorological Observations 181 

Marine Hospitals, &o 183 

Steamboat Inspection 184 

Geological Survey 189 

Inspection of Insurance Companies 193 

Subsidies 191 

Indians 195 

North-West Mounted Police 209 

Miscellaneous 211 

Charges on Revenue. 

Customs 214 

Excise 219 

Culling Timber 224 

Weights, Measures and Gas 225 

Inspection of Staples 225 

Adulteration of Food 225 

Public Works 226 

Canals 226 

Salaries and Contingencies of Canal Officers 227 

Collection Slide and Boom dues 227 

Intercolonial Eailway 228 

Prince Edward Island Eailway 229 

Telegraph lines, British Columbia 235 

Agent and Contingencies, British Columbia 236 

Post Office (working expenses of) 237 

Dominion Lands 242 

Minor Revenues < , 244 

Miscellaneous. 

Stationery Office — Statement of 245 

Balances of Appropriations 24fr 



Auditor-General 

Agriculture 36 

Administration of Justice 78" 

Arts, Agriculture and Statistics 108 

Adulteration of Food 225 

Appropriations, Balance of 246 



PAGE 

B. 

Balances of Appropriations 24G 

C. 

Charges of Management 2 

Customs, Department of 28 

Contingencies 42 

Canals '. 144 

Customs, Collection of Revenue 214 

Culling Timber ,, 222 

Canals (Maintenance of) 22(> 

D. 

Dredging 160 

Dominion Police i-8 

Dominion Lands 242 

E. 

Excise , 219 

Exhibition, Paris 110 

F. 

Finance, Department of , 22 

Fisheries 170 

G. 

Governor-General's Secretary 8 

Geological Survey 189 

Harbours and Breakwaters, Ontario 155 

Quebec 156 

New Brunswick 157 

Nova Scotia 158 

P.E. Island 150 

I, J. 

Justice, Department of 12. 

Justic, Administration of 78 

Inland Revenue, Department of ,.... 30 

Immigration and Quarantine 112 

Intercolonial Railway 14o 

do (Maintenance) 

Improvement of Navigable Rivers 146 

Inspection of Insurance Companies 193 

Indians 105 

Insurance Companies, Inspection of 193 

Inspection of Steamboats 180 

225 



Inspection of Staples. 



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PA01 

L. 



LecriBlation 104 



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Lighthouse and Coal Service 178 

M. 

Militia and Defence, Department of 14 

Marine and Fisheries, Department of. 38 

Militia Force 130 

Miscellaneous (Puplic Works) 161 

Meteorological Observations 181 

Marino Ilospitals, &c 183 

Miscellaneous 211 

Minor Ee venues 244 

N. 

North-West Mounted Police 209 

Ocean and River Steam Service 1*77 

P. 

Privy Council "0 

Public Works, Department of 32 

Post Office Department 39 

do (Maintenance of) 237 

Police (Dominion) 88 

Penitentiaries 90 

Paris Exhibition 110 

Prince Edward Island Eailway 143 

do (Maintenance) 229 

Pensions , 126 

Public Works, Construction of 139 

do (Maintenance of) 226 

Pacific Railway 142 

Public Buildings, Ottawa 145 

do Ontario 147 

do Quebec 148 

do New Brunswick 149 

do Nova Scotia 150 

do British Columbia , 15 L 

do Generally 152 

Penitentiaries Maintenance 153 

Police, North-West Mounted 88 

Post Office 34 

Q. 

Quarantine, Immigration and 112 

R. 

Eeceiver-Generai, Department of 20 

Rents, Repairs, &c 154 

Revenues, Minor 244 



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PAGE 

s. 

Secretary of State, Department of 16 

Steamboat Inspection , 189 

Subsidies 194 

Scientific Institutions 180 

Stationery Office, Statement of 245- 

T. 

Treasury Board 24 

Telegraph Lines, British Columbia 235 

u. 

Unprovided Items, Statement of. 246- 

W. 

Weights, Measures and Gas 225> 

PART II. 
Elections 



AUDITOR GENERAJL'S 
REPORT 

FOE THE YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1879. 



The undersigned has the honor to transmit the appropriation accounts for 1878-9,. 
and those of a statutory nature belonging to the same period which were transferred 
to him for audit. 

The Audit Act was put in force on the 1st of August, 1878. 

The financial business of the year 1878-9 was therefore begun under the old 
system. 

It will be observed that the law under which these accounts were examined 
defines the functions of the Finance department and of the Auditor-General's office, 
and demands an entirely different mode of making payments of public money, and 
of examining disbursements of it, from what had previously existed. The office, as 
it is now necessary that it should be, could not be built up to as great an extent as 
might be supposed from the materials which existed in the department of the late 
Auditor-General. 

When the same person was Auditor-General and Deputy Minister of Finance,, 
the duties of the latter position were from the nature of the case first performed. 
Even of Mr. Langton's energy and intellect little could be spared to the work of his 
second office. 

Five of those who belonged to the Audit branch of the Finance department 

were transferred to the Audit office, and on the experience which was gained by 

them during such portion of their time as could be withdrawn from the duties ©f the 

Finance Department, reliance could alone be placed at the beginning of the work of 

the new office. Those who composed the rest of the staff belonged formerly to the 

department of the Receiver-General. 
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Several additions to, and changes in the staff have taken place, and it is bolieved 
that these, with the experience gained by all, have improved the character of the 
office. 

The undersigned, in reflecting on the many imperfections of these accounts so 
far as the work of this office in connection with them goes, draws some comfort 
from the following quotation from the report of the English Public Monies Com, 
mitteo, 1870, page iii, section 2. "The year 1868-9 being the first year in which 
the requirements of ' The Exchequer and Audit Department Act, 1866' have in this 
respect been entirely complied with, may be considered as marking the commencement 
of a new era in our financial history." 

Now, when it is recollected that, although under commissioners, there was a 
system of audit in existence for a very long period in England, and a staff ready to 
go to work under the improved system, the relative disadvantages under which the 
Canadian Act was put in force will be perceived, and the Audit office staff, it is be- 
lieved, will be admitted to have shewn a reasonable amount of industry and capacity 
in doing what has already been accomplished. 

The Audit Act having been based upon that of the Imperial Parliament now in 
force, the undersigned has assumed that so far as the circumstances permit, it is 
advisable in such contingencies as are not provided for by our statute to follow the 
system which has grown up under the English Act. 

The details of estimates as furnished to Parliament have therefore, where 
the vote has not been less than the sum asked, been considered binding upon the 
department to the extent that reasons for a material difference between the amount 
of each sub-head of appropriation Jand the expenditure under it should be given, and 
that the reasons should be based upon facts which were not foreseen when the esti 
mates were submitted. 

The appropriation accounts are made use of to provide Parliament with explan- 
ations of causes which led to expenditure different from what was anticipated when 
Parliament was asked to make the appropriation. The explanations, on manifest 
grounds, are printed as they are received from the accounting department, and extend 
to the case of an expenditure less than the corresponding sub-head of appropriates, as 
well as that of an expenditure greater than its sub-head. For the purposes described 
immediately above it is suggested that the sub-divisions of the estimates and the 
numbers of the votes be retained in the Supply Bill. 

Some difficulty has occurred with reference to the accounts submitted herewith 
when the vote has been less than the estimate — there being sub-divisions — on account 
of the impossibility of determining, by comparing only the estimates and Supply Bill, 
on which sub-division the deduction has been made when the sub-divisions are 



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omitted from the Bill. The supplementary estimates should have the same sub- 
divisions as those which are in the estimates to which they are supplementary. 

E. g. In the main estimate for working the Intercolonial and Prince Edward 
Island .Railways for 1878-9, the gross amount. $1,800,000, is divided into 

Locomotive power $560,000 

Car expenses 308,000 

Station and train expenses 220,000 

General charges 132,000 

Renewals, repairs and relaying steel rails 580,000 

while the supplementary estimates of the session of 1879 contain 

For working expenses of Intercolonial Eailway $200,000 

do do Prince Edward Island Railway. 20,000 

without other sub-division. 

In this case application was made to the Department of Railways for a sub- 
division, and that which was given was accepted. By voting the amount without a 
sub-division, it appears logical to suppose that the accounting department was 
empowered to use it in such proportions, for the different sub-services, as might be 
found expedient. The different sub-divisions should be clearly defined, so that 
doubt of the one to which any item of expenditure should be charged might arise as 
seldom as possible. 

No appropriation should be so indefinite in description as to permit'any portion 
of it being used to supplement any other appropriation. 

A uniform practice on these points, and a settled principle as to the amount ot 
latitude which is to be given to the spending department, by making the sub-heads 
few and the votes many, or the sub-heads many and the votes few, would permit of 
the establishment of well defined modes of furnishing the details of the Public Accounts 
and compiling the Appropriation Accounts. 

An illustration of the first point, in which a change seems desirable, is afforded 
by the appropriations for immigration. 

The vote of $110,000 " towards assisting immigration and immigration expenses, 
including estimated expenses of transport of Mennonites," can be used to supplement 
any or all of the sub-heads of the other vote. 

If, for instance, $100,000 were spent on the first sub-head of vote 60, " salaries of 
agents, etc.," objection could not be made that the expenditure was different from that 
which Parliament had intended. 

For the second point. — The anticipated expenditures on all the different ports in 

the Dominion are given separately in the Customs' estimates, while the Post Oilice 
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Depart men t gives no further details than the chief sub-divisions of supposed expen se- 
by Provinces. 

The following votes are found to be considered, by those who have the spending 
of them, as grants, viz. : — 

The Geological Survey $50,000 

Meteorological Observatory 37,000 

St. Catharines do 500 

Kingston do 500 

Marine Hospital, Quebec, etc 20,000 

It might be well to have it clearly defined by Parli ament when the amount is 
intended as a grant, as well as when the spending department is expected to have 
the right to use any portion of its receipts. Where expenditure has been made from 
money advanced and not through letters of credit, the accountant making the 
disbuisements has been called upon to deposit to the credit of the Keceiver-G-eneral 
the amount unexpended at the end of the year. Correspondence in connection with 
cases of the kind is given in the body of the accounts. Where the expenditure has 
taken place under the letter of credit system the letter of credit is cancelled, there 
being no money in the hands of the accountant. 

The undersigned now takes the liberty of approaching a subject which is perhaps 
beyond his province, but which is in his opinion so great a factor in the correct 
account keeping of Dominion expenditure, that he is emboldened to refer to it. It is 
with reference to the time when the financial year should end. The writer is of 
opinion that the most convenient time would be during the Session of Parliament, and 
offers the following reasons in support of his views : — 

1st. As the year now terminates, it is necessary during the Session of Parliament 
to make supplementary provision for the large expenditure on capital account, which 
is to be made during April, May and June of the current year ; and for that of the 
subsequent year, which will be made in July, August, September and October, and 
for that which can be anticipated for April, May and June. The same facts hold 
with reference the charges on income, although to a smaller extent. 

If the financial year were closed during the Session of Parliament, no appropria- 
tion could lapse without there being the means of obtaining a revote of the amount, 
if Parliament were still willing that the expenditure should be made, and provision 
would have to be made for only twelve months instead of fifteen. 

2nd. A difficulty like this frequently arises. A sum of money is voted for the 
completion of a particular work. At tho end of the year the balance of the 
appropriation, which would otherwise lapse, is rendered available by Order in Council, 
under 41st Vic, cap. ?, sec. 36, until the 30th September following. The Engineer 



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or Architect of the Public Works Department cannot certify to the correctness of the 
amount claimed. An arbitration takes place and is not concluded until after the 30th 
September, when the appropriation has lapsed. 

It has been suggested to the undersigned, that on the 30th September the difficulty 
might be gotfover by permitting the Department to draw out the money and place it to 
its own creditor to that of the Minister of Finance. This of course would evade 
the intention of Parliament, and would be more objectionable than to directly dis- 
regard its directions. The undesirable delay in paying the public creditor, resulting 
from the above cause, would evidently not exist were the financial year to end at the 
time suggested. 

The Audit Act legalizes the use of a Governor General's Warrant when there is no 
appropriation, but it seems to be intended that a Governor General's Warrant 
should only issue in the case of an emergency, and not to restore an appropriation 
which bas lapsed. 

If the normal meeting of Parliament were to take place early in February, 
and the Session to last three months, the fixing of the end of the year at 
that of the English year, the 31st of March, would be, in every way the undersigned 
can think of, the most convenient. 

The bringing down of the balance of the appropriation for three months, if it is 
supposed to lengthen the financial year to fifteen months, and the words of the 
statute appear to bear that construction alone, renders it impossible to have the accounts 
prepared for the subsequent session. If it is legal to cause the expenditure under 
the Parliamentary appropriation, brought down by Order in Council, to be part of 
that of the year to which it has been brought down, then two appropriations must be 
watched, and appropriation accounts for each should be rendered — those belonging 
to the period ending on the 30th September, and those belonging to the whole year. 

There is no doubt but that the adoption of the change suggested would necessi- 
ate the granting of a vote of credit for the period between the end of March and the 
end of the session, as the Government could not be in a position before the 31st of 
March to determine all the spending power required for the approaching financial 
year. For the reasons above given the undersigned ventures to give his views on the 
matter. 

It has been customary hitherto to make the expenditure of the year cover, to as 
great an extent as possible, the liabil ities of the year, and for that purpose payments 
made long after the close of the year have been included in the accounts of the year 
The words of the Audit Act, section 36, clearly enough point out that the accounts 
of the year should comprise the payments of the year, and although this rule has 
.not been closely adhered to, with reference to the accounts herewith submitted, th& 



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deviations were made before it whs fully felt how important it is, apart from the legal 
aspoct of the case, to make the accounts of the year include exnctiy the payment* or 
the year without any reference to the time when the liabilities were incurred. 

Owing to tho late Auditor-General having been also Deputy Minister of Finance, 
there has been some inconvenience in the different departments and with account- 
ants, through their not knowing the duties which, under the new system, devolved 
upon the Finance department, and those which should be performed in the Audit 
office. The inconvenience is, however, only of a temporary character, and will be- 
come less and less, as those who have frequent occasion to refer to one or other de- 
partment will soon learn to determine the principles which underlie the working of 
the two offices. 

The undersigned, shortly after entering upon his duties, addressed a circular 
of which the|following is a copy, to the different departments and individuals en. 
trusted with the expenditure of public money : 

Audit Office, 
(Copy.) Ottawa, 21st August, 1878. 

Sir, — I have to call your attention to the following sections of chapter 7, of last 
session, viz.: 30, 33, 37, 40 and 41, which apply more particularly to your connection 
urith this office. 

You will observe that by section 30, besides the statement for the Minister of 
Finance of monies drawn under credits, a similar statement is to be made for me. 

With each monthly statement you will send to me the cheques which have come 
in from the banks. 

Section 33 requires that I obtain from you the substance of all contracts. 

There seems no ground for difference of opinion with reference to the other 
sections. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 

The following communication was received from the Accountant of the House* 
of Commons : 

(Copy.) 

House of Commons, 

Ottawa, 29th August, 1878. 

Sir, — In answer to your circular of the 21st instant, I would draw your attention* 
to the 4th clause of 31 Vic, cap. 27, which provides that all sums of money voted by 
Parliament for contingencies or under the Members' Indemnity Act shall be paid 
over to and held by the Minister of Finance, subject to the Order of the Commissioners 
for the Internal Economy of the House of Commons, and shall be paid to them or their 
order from time to time in such sums as they may deem requisite. {Please observe r 
these sums are not paid to me by the Minister of Finance, but to the Commissioners.} 
Bee. 5 provides that the sums above-mentioned shall be paid according to the directions. 



of the Commissioners, and the Speaker shall appoint an officer for that purpose, to be 
called the Accountant of the House of Commons, and the Commissioners shall pay- 
such sums as they shall deem necessary to the credit of the said Accountant by an 
order signed by the Speaker and two of the said Commissioners. 

It appears to me, if your circular is to apply to the House of Commons, the 
functions and duties uf the Commissioners will be greatly infringed upon, and as it 
would be highly improper for me to do any act which would conduce to that end, I 
would therefore submit that any action in this matter should be suspended till the 
re-assembling of the Commissioners at the seat of Government, when the subject may 
be brought before them, and I may receive their instructions. 

I would also refer you to the 6th clause of the same Act, which provides for th& 
disposal of the sums voted by Parliament for the printing of Parliament, and how 
they are to be accounted for. I would submit that in this case, also, action should be 
•uspended till the meeting of Parliament, when the Joint Committee on Printing can 
issue such instructions as they may deem necessary. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) HENEY HAETNEY, 

Accountant House of Commons and Clerk of the Joint 
Committee of the Houses on Printing. 

J. L. McDouoall, Esq., 

Auditor-General. 



(Copy.) 

Audit Office, 

August 30th, 1879. 

Sir, — I have your favour of yesterday. 

I believe that you misunderstood the object I had in view when the circular was- 
•ent. There is no expectation, on my part, of the authority of the Commissioners 
being dispensed with. 

The warrant to pay over the money to the Commissioners from the Eoceiver- 
General's balance, and the authority to expend the sums in detail, must continue as 
at present. This is, however, in my opinion, no reason for objecting to the- 
subsequent audit, which would not do away with the examination by any Committee- 
of the House of Commons. 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
Hbnrt Hartney, Esq., 

Accountaat of House of Commons, 
&c, &c, &c. 



House of Commons, 2nd September, 1875. 

My D ear Mr. Hartney, — Having perused the circular of the Auditor-General — 
referred t o in your note to me — the Audit Act of last session, and more especially 
sections 3 0, 33, 37, 40 and 41, your answer and the subsequent note of the Auditor 
General in reply. I am of opinion that the accounting clauses of the Audit Act 
were not intended to apply, and do not apply, to moneys voted for the purposes of 
the House of Commons or for the printing of Parliament, under the provisions of the 
Internal Economy Act, 31 Vic, c. 27, but that such moneys must continue to bo 



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dealt with, exponded and accounted for under that Act alone, and that the duty of 
the Auditor-General with respect to the samo will bo fully discharged by his taking 
care that no more money is advanced under the said Act than is voted by Parliament 
for the purpose. The Houses of Parliament are not departments of the Government 
or under its control, nor has either of them a ministerial and deputy head to perform 
the duties mentioned in the sections referred to by the Auditor-General. The 
Internal Economy Act is not mentioned or referred to in the Audit Act, ag it would 
have been expressly if I had understood that it was intended to repeal or affect it. 
It certainly was never so understood by me or explained to me. It appears to me 
that the Internal Economy Act contains all the provisions requisite for ensuring 
perfectly satisfactory accountability to the House of Commons and Joint Committee 
for Printing, and that it could not have been intended that the Auditor-General 
should re-audit accounts audited under the said Act, and over which neither he nor 
the Government can exercise any control except (as I have before mentioned) that 
the sums advanced shall not in the whole exceed the sums voted by Parliament under 
the said Act, and any re-audit or examination of the accounts of the expenditure of 
such sums after thoy have been examined and approved by the Commissioners and 
Committee seems not only unnecessary, but might probably be considered as a trespass 
upon their powers and privileges. 

Very truly yours, 

(Signed.) G. W. WICKSTEED, 



H. Hartney, Esq., 

Accountant under 31 Vic, cap. 27. 



Law Clerk, House of Commons. 



The amounts asked for by the Accountant of the Commons, and by the Clerk 
of the Senate, were placed at their disposal by cheques on the Eeceiver-GeneraFs 
account. 

This was altered at the beginning 1 -579-80, and letters of credit substituted. 

The only examination given to the expenditure is by the ^Internal Economy 
Commission in the Commons, and by the Contingent Committee of the Senate, which 
bodies may be assumed to take the places of the Public Accounts Committe with 
reference to other expenditure, that is to review general principles, but not to take up 
details. The objections to the Audit Office examination of the expenditure in the 
Senate and Commons, cannot be any more cogent here than they are with reference 
to the expenditure in the Imperial Houses. 

Formerly certain disbursements for salaries in the House of Lords were paid 
from the fees, and no estimates were submitted to Parliament. This however was 
changed, with the approbation of the Lords ; and as soon as an appropriation was 
made for the salaries, the expenditure under it went, as a matter of course, before the 
Comptroller and Auditor-General for audit, as will be seen from the following ox- 
tract : — 

tl In consequence of the salaries and expenses of the establishment of the House 
" of Lords being (in accordance with their Report) voted by the House of Commons 
" as an item of Supply, it at once became an appropriation account, and passed under 



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-" the operation of Sections 21 to 32 and Schedule A., item 3, of the Exchequer and 
" Audit Departments Act — cap. 39 of 29 and30 Vic. 

The undersigned can see no reason for our legislation expenditure being treated 
differently from theirs. If it is a prudent thing to have the expenditure of all other 
accountants audited, is there anything in the nature of the expenditure in the Com- 
mons or Senate which makes the same course there unnecessary ? Wben it is under- 
stood that the Auditor-General, in auditing the accounts for legislation, would act as 
the agent of Parliament to see that its intentions were observed, there appears 
to be no ground for an objection to the examination, but the strongest reasons for it* 

On reference to the Audit Act, section 48, the different duties which may be 
assigned to the Auditor-General by the Minister of Finance, in addition to those 
which are made compulsory by the Act, will be found. The undersigned has not 
been directed to undertake any of them. 

The following are letters to the Hon. the Treasury Board, and replies to the 
same : — 

Extract from the minutes of a meeting of the Treasury Board, held at Ottawa, on the 

2nd day of October, 1878. 

Three memoranda, numbered respectively 3, 5 and 6, and relating respectively 
to the mode of issuing letters of credit, the various books kept in the Auditor -General's 
office, and expenses of elections, were submitted by the Auditor-General, and approved 
by the Board. 

W. REGINALD BAKER, 

Fon the Secretary* 
The Auditor-General, 



Extract from the minutes of a meeting of the Treasury Board, held at Ottawa, on the U£ 

day of October, 1878. 

Circulars issued by the Auditor-General, and numbered 1 and 2, together with a 
memorandum on the payments on Money Order Account and Transfers from one 
Bank to another, were examined and approved by the Board, upon the understanding 
that the latter had also been approved by the Post Office Department. 

W. REGINALD BAKER, 

For the Secretary. 
The Auditor-General. 



Payments on Money Order account and Transfers from one bank to another. 

The undersigned has the honor to submit for the consideration of the honorable 
the Treasury Board, the following modes of doing away with the inconvenience of 
having a method of issuing cheques for Money Order payments different from that 
employed when a sum on appropriation account is to be paid. 

1st. The Money Order receipts might bo deposited to a separate, differently- 
headed account from that to which the amounts really belonging to the Receiver 



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General arc placed, and the presont manner of ordering disbursements would then' 
continue. 

2nd. The deposits might still be made as they now are, and the undersigned be 
empowered to unite with the Deputy Minister of Finance in making the cheques for 
Money Order payments, the power not being inconsistent with the Audit Act of last 
Session, but additional to anything there given. 

The undersigned begs to recommend the latter method as it would simplify our 
dealings with the banks, and because the transfers might be conducted in the same 
manner and by the same authority. 

If the above recommondation be carried out, the undersigned would not be 
responsible for the accuracy of the amounts stated by the Chief Superintendent of the 
Money Order branch of the Post Office Department as due to a bank, but only for 
the sum paid to the bank, being that which the Chief Superintendent has ordered to 
be paid. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General. 
Audit Office, 

September 25th, 1878. 



The undersigned has the honor to submit in accordance with 41st Vic, chap. 7. 
Section 15, for the approval of the Honorable the Treasury Board, the accompanying 
circulars Nos. 1 and 2. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General. 
Audit Office, 

September 19th, 1878. 



Audit Office, 

September 10th, 1878. 

Sir, — Without any reference at present to the accounts of last year, I have the 
honor to draw your attention to the appropriation expenditure of the current year, 
and to request that you will forward to me all accounts under your supervision that 
are ready. In sending your accounts I beg that you will cause the following to be 
observed by your officers. 

1st. Accounts should be made up as soon after the close of each month as practi- 
cable and should be sent to this office not later than a month after the end of the 
period covered by the accounts. E.g : July accounts should be in my hands by the 1st 
•f September; August by the 1st of October and so on. 

2nd. In making up the periodical statements strict attention should be paid to 
the mode in which the appropriations have been granted by Parliament, the appro- 
priations being the starting points in making up the statements. E.g: Mail Service 
(Grand Trunk), $175,000; 1878, Aug. 1st, paid on account $10,000; balance $165,000. 

By following this plan the audit will be expeditiously accomplished, and I have 
no doubt that the several departments of the Service will find it satisfactory. 

3rd. Each monthly account should be headed with the full amount of the several 
appropriations and the unexpended balances brought from the previous monthly 
statements. 

4th. Each monthly account should be accompanied by the bills, vouchers, cheques 
and all other documents connected with the several expenditures. 

5th. The several authorities sanctioning the payments, whether Statutory, Order 
in Council, Departmental or otherwise, should be quoted. 



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Lastly. If any point arises apart from the above, I shall be happ}' to eonfer with 
yourself or any of your officers on the subject. 

I have the honor to be Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General.. 



The undersigned has the honor to submit to the Honorable the Treasury Board 
that, in his opinion, the payments which are now made by Mr. J. W. Harper, the- 
paymaster of the Public Works Department, should be made under the letter of 
credit system. 

The course now taken by the Department of Public Works, in supplying Mr. 
Harper with the means of paying accounts, has the objectionable feature of putting 
large sums of money to a private account, without giving any advantage in the way 
of required facility of payment which would not be afforded by letters ot credit. 

The cheques drawn against letters of credit should be signed by the deputy head 
and the accountant. 

An early audit at regular intervals of time, after payment, should be made. ^ It 
would be much more effective in checking irregularities than the greatest attention 
before payment, necessarily without vouchers, can be. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General. 

Audit Office, 

4th October, 1878. 



Mr. Courtney's memorandum of the 24th June, 1818, of which the following is a 
copy, goes fully into the matter and gives important information. 

Memorandum on the payment of the Petty Accounts of the Public Works Department. 

The Bank of Montreal have, within the last few days, sent to this Department a 
statement showing the balances of the several Government accounts to the 15th inst. 
Similar statements are sent twice a month. On examination of this statement I find 
included the Department of Public Works Warrant Account. I could get no infor- 
mation respecting this account in the Finance Department, and I had to make en- 
quiries of Mr. Drummond- From him I learned that the account was the drawing 
account of Mr. Harper, the paymaster of the Department; that its balance to-day is 
at credit of about $1,700; that it had been overdrawn, but had been covered through 
the deposit of a warrant for $5,500 odd. I cannot find that the cheques of Mr. 
Harper were ever submitted to the Auditor General. 

I then inquired of Mr. McNicol, the Clerk in the Finance Department to whom 
were submitted for audit the last three consecutive quarters' accounts received from 
the Public Works Department. He told me that the aggregate of the payments en- 
tered in the appropriation ledger was represented by receipted paylists and bills; 
that schedules accompanied the vouchers; that these schedules, drawn up in Mr. 
.Baine's office, showed that the accounts were either paid by warrants or cheques. 
Mr. McNicol told mo that he verified the payments by warrants, but that as no 
cheques had ever been sent to the Department he did not trouble himself about them. 



x : 



It will bo rocolloctod that in making up the Civil Government Expenditure last 
year (1876-77) it was found that Mr. Ross had made no payments for the petty con- 
tingencies of the Public Works Department, and on examination it was discovered 
that Mr. Harper had paid these petty contingencies for two years and had made no 
application for a refund. (See the Public Accounts of 1874-75.) In the Civil Gov- 
ernment Contingencies there is an amount of over $700 paid to Mr. Harper, being 
petty contingencies paid by him for two years and four months. 

The total amount of cash passing through Mr. Harper's hands during the year is 
about $300,000. 

I do not wish for one moment to let it be supposed that I have the slightest 
suspicion of Mr. Harper. I believe him to be scrupulously honest, but at the same 
time I think the system under which'he is at present working is bad t and ought to 
be changed. 

I propose that the present year's accounts be wound up as speedily as possible, 
and that, if after the 1st proximo any payments are to be made for the present year's 
service, the present account shall be used and allowed to be gradually wound up. 

From the 1st proximo and for the services of the year 1878-79, and for future 
years, I propose that Mr. Harper be placed under the credit system, i.e.,a credit for say 
$15,000 should be opened at the Bank of Montreal; that the cheques (consecutively 
numbered and marked " Drawn against Credit Account") should be debited to this 
account; that fortnightly schedules should be made out of all cheques drawn against 
these credits, and these schedules and the cheques paid and the charge sheet should 
be rendered at present to the Finance Department, and subsequently, as directed by 
Sec. 30 of the Audit Act, in the way therein provided. The Bank would then be 
recouped for cheques drawn. I am not certain but that it would be better if the 
cheques were countersigned by the Accountant for the Deputy Minister of Public 
Works, but that would be for the Department to settle. 

(Signed,) J. M. COURTNEY, 

Deputy Minister of Finance. 



Extract from the minutes of a meeting of the Treasury Board, held at Ottawa on the 

Seventh day of October, 1878.' 

The Board have had under further consideration the memorandum from the 
Auditor-General upon the subject of the payments by Mr. Harper, Paymaster, 
Public Works Department; and looking at the fact that Mr. Harper's account is 
reported by the bank to be overdrawn to the extent of $6,500, the Board approve the 
report and direct that it be acted upon. 

W. REGINALD BAKER, 

for the Secretary. 
The Auditor-General. 



Ottawa, Dec. 3, 1878. 

Dear Sir, — You will find enclosed herewith a minute of the Hon. the Treasury 
Board and memoranda of the Deputy-Minister of Finance and myself, on which that 
minute was based. 

Mr. Bradley, with whom I have had some conversation on the subject during 
your recent absence, can explain the reason for my not conforming, at the request of 
your deputy, with the exact requirements of the minute above mentioned. 



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Perhaps you will be able to spare time, within the next day or two, for the con- 
sideration of this subject. 

I am, your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
Hon. Chas. Tupper, 

Min. Public Works. 



Expenses of Elections* 

Audit Office, 

Ottawa, 30lh September, 1878. 

g IR) — in order to enable me to authorize payment of your fees and expenses 
under Section 126 of Elections Act of 1874 and its amendment of 1878, 1 shall require 
you to send me the accounts as rendered to you : 

1. Of the Constable, if any. 

2. Of Printer for printing proclamation. 

3. do do ballot papers, directions for guidance of voters, and 
other disbursements absolutely required. 

4. Account for rent of building for nomination (if any) when public one not 
available. 

5. Account for ballot boxes, if any. 

6. do any special item. 

7. Each Deputy Eeturning Officer's Account properly made out, and supported 
by account for rent of polling stations, and compartment or screen. 

8. Your own account properly made out, with above supports. 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General, 



The undersigned has the honor to submit to the Honourable the Trseasury Board, 
that in his opinion the 30th Section of the Audit Act requires a uniform mode of 
issuing letters of credit for expenditure in all the Provinces. 

The substitution of the form now used when payments are to be made in Ontario 
and Quebec for that which has continued to exist in authorizing expenditure for the 
outlying Provinces would secure the double advantage of the control over all disburse- 
ments which was contemplated by Parliament and of having one general system. 

J. L; McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General 
Audit Office, 

1st October, 1878. 

The undersigned has the honor to submit to the Honorable the Treasury Board, 
that the following books are used in his office : — 

An Appropriation book in which all payments on account of appropriations are 
entered against the several headings to which they belong : 

A Letter of Credit book in which all credits for Ontario and Quebec are enteied 1 : 

A book in which all the receipts of the Dominion, under their different head- 
ings, are entered as they occur, and are subsequently recapitulated by months and 
Provinces. 



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A register in which all accounts and documents, as thoy come in, are entered, 
and the times when they are given to, and returned by tho Examiners are noted. 

iSooks for each Examiner in which tho appropriation statements of the different 
accountants are entered with all the remarks which tho examination has called forth 
with regard to the various items, whether as to a doubt of the connection with the 
appropriation, the insufficiency of the departmental authority, the want of evidence 
of payment or any other apparent defect. 

In the Examiner's books, the explanations of the accountants in reply to queries 
are also noted . 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, 

1st October, 1878. 



Much time was expended, shortly after the inauguration of the Audit system 
in the examination of the election accounts. The late Hon. John Simnson, 
Assistant Auditor, who had taken exclusive charge of the examination of election 
accounts, died a few days after the general election, and the undersigned was 
obliged to put a large part of the Audit staff to the work of examining and disposing 
-of the accounts without their having had any previous training. 

It was therefore late in the financial year, indeed about the end of March, before 
anything like a fair beginning could be made in the audit of the ordinary expendi- 
ture of the Government. There are appended letters written to the Treasury Board 
with reference to expenditure made of Canadian moneys in the hands of English 
bankers. 



(Copy.) 



Audit Office, 
Ottawa, 8th December, 1879. 



Sir, — I have the honour to draw attention to Sec. 22 of the Audit Act, and to 
state that, although the Dominion Notes are being regularly cancelled, I have not 
received any intimation of the receipt of the other securities mentioned in that 
section. 

I should like to receive as long notice as you can give of the time when you will 
be prepared to have the necessary assistance from your Department given to the 
work of cancellation of tho other securities, so that I may be able to put a person to 
the work with as little derangement of the general duties of the office as possible. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
J, M. Courtney, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Finance, 

&c, &c, &c. 



Ottawa, 12th December, 1879. 

Sir, — I am in receipt of your letter of the 8th instant, on the subject of the 
•destruction and cancellation of matured securities ; and in reply thereto, I have to 
state that, on my assumption of office, I found that the marking off of coupons and 
matured debt belonged to the old Receiver-General's Department, and that, for some 



XXlll 



time previous, the Financial Agents in England had not forwarded the coupons and 
bonds. I have since however received several boxes, which are in process and are 
nearly written off, and as soon as the present press of work is over, I trust to hand 
them at once over to you. Of course I will take good care to give you early notice 
-of tha same. 

Your obedient servant, 

J. M. COUKTNEY, 

Deputy Minister of Finance. 
'The Auditor-General. 



With reference to a large proportion of the expenditure made in England, there 
is no doubt of the legality of the exact payments ; that is, for the maturing deben- 
tures, the instalments of interest, commission for management, &c. The payments 
on appropriation account, although not large dur.ng 1878-79, and the expired por- 
tion of 1879-80 (so far as the facts are known to the undersigned,) are made against 
the provisions of the Audit Act. The payments are made without any reference to 
the undersigned. As, however, it is nowhere laid down as a part of the duty of the 
Auditor General to notify the Agents of the Government, and even Canadian bankers 
holding Government moneys, of the restrictions of the Audit Act in making disburse- 
ments on Government account, and as such notice might lead to inconvenience, the 
undersigned has taken no further action in the matter than drawing the attention 
of the Government to the subject as above set forth. 

The following letter was addressed to the Deputy Minister of Justice : — 

Audit Office, 2nd May, 1879. 

Sir, — Please give your opinion on the accompanying correspondence between 
the Deputy Minister of Finance] and myself, so far as the case of Mr. Dixon goes, 
and return the letters to me. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 



Z. A. Lash, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Justice. 



To which was received the following reply : — 



Auditor General. 



Ottawa, June 10th, 1879. 



Sir, — The question submitted by you as to the payment of the increase allowed 
to Mr. Dixon, a clerk in tho Public Works Department, raises a very important 
question as to your duties and responsibilities as Auditor General. 

The broad^question is, whether you should, or indeed whether you have the 
right to enquire into the right of the Government to pass an Order in Council 
authorizing the expenditure of public money, or whether your duty and power as 
Auditor General is limited merely to seeing that any moneys, the expenditure of 
which has been authorized by Order in Council, or departmentally, according to cir- 
cumstances, have been voted by Parliament to be used for the purpose intended. 



XXIV 



I have given tho mutter very careful consideration, and am satisfied that your 
duties and powers as Auditor-General are confined to seeing that any moneys which 
tho Government seok to expond have been voted to Her Majesty for the purpose, and 
that you have no right to enquire into the legal right of the Government to do that 
for which they seek to expond tho money which has been voted to them by Parlia- 
ment. 

Tho question is one of principle, and not of degree. If you have a right 
to enquire into the legal right of the Government to do something which may 
appear to you to bo clearly beyond their powers as a Government, then 
you would have an equal right, and it would be your duty, to enquire into the 
validity, in a legal point of view, of every act done by the Government involving the 
expenditure of money. 

It is out of tho question that any such responsibility should be cast upon you. 
Parliament never intended to make you the judge in the first instance of the validity 
of all the executive acts of the Crown. It must be remembered that the Government 
is responsible to Parliament and to the people for their acts. It is for them to satisfy 
Parliament and the people that they did not exceed their authority, or to justify any 
excess of authority on their part, and when necessary to ask Parliament to confirm 
their actions. Once it were admitted that the Government had to satisfy the Auditor- 
General, or any other person outside of Parliament, as to tho legal validity of any 
proposed action on their part before such action could be taken, it is not difficult to 
imagine that the consequences might be disastrous. 

A reference to the provisions of the Act under which you hold office, shows, I 
think, that your duties and powers are confined to those I have mentioned. 

The 11th section authorizes tbe appointment of the Auditor-General " for the 
more complete examination of the public accounts of* the Dominion, and for tbe report- 
ing thereon to the House of Commons," and the 31st section makes it the duty of the 
Auditor-General to see that no cheque issues for the payment of any public money 
for which there is no direct Parliamentary appropriation, or in excess of any portion 
of such appropriation, the expenditure of which has been authorized by the Governor 
in Council. 

The 32nd section provides that no cheque for public money 'shall issue, except 
upon the certificate of the Auditor-General that there is Parliamentary authority for 
the expenditure, save only in specified cases. 

The Parliamentary authority referred to in the 32nd Section, means, I think,, 
the same as Parliamentary appropriation mentioned in the 31st Section, otherwise 
nothing could be done by the Government involving the expenditure of public money 
unless the act sought to be done was authorized by a Statute. It is needless to say 
that there are very many things which the Crown can do, and which involve the 
expenditure of money, the doing of which depends upon the common law powers of 
the Crown and not upon statute. 

I think, therefore, that if you find that moneys have been voted applicable to a- 
certain purpose, and if the Government authorize the expenditure of such money for 
a purpose coming within that for which they were voted, it is your duty to authorize 
the issue of the necessary cheque. 

It is not necessary for me to express any opinion upon the effect of the Canada 
Civil Service Act, 1868, and amendments, upon the general powers possessed by the 
Crown with respect to the employment of servants and agents. The general ri^ht 
of the Crown to employ servants is certainly not conferred by Statute. It always 
existed at Common Law. 

I need not say that the Government should regard the provisions of Statutes 
and follow their directions. 

Some Statutes are imperative and limit the powers of those acting under them,, 
so that an Act done contrary to their provisions would be void. Other Statutes are 
directory only, non-compliance with which does not affect the legal validity of what 
may be done. It may be that the Civil Service Act is one of the latter class. 
Unless it be so, from all I can learn, a large number of servants who have been, and 



XXV 



who now are, in the employ of the Crown, have no rights, and all acts which have 
been done by them in pursuance of their supposed powers, as servants of the Crown, 
are void. It is unnecessary to remark that such a conclusion would be startling. 

I suppose that you have hitherto been under the impression that your duties and 
responsibilities were greater than they are, and I feel sure you will be glad to learn 
that they are defined within the limits above explained. 

I am, Sir, 

Your obedient Servant, 

(Signed) Z. A. LASH, 

D. M. J. 

I concur in this opinion. 

(Signed) Jas. McDonald, 

Minister of Justice. 

No reply has been sent to this letter, as it appeared that it could be better dealt 
with here. Whether for the purpose of preventing irregularities in making pay- 
ments, or of reporting them to Parliament, if they have occurred in the disbursement 
of accountable moneys, it is the duty of the undersigned to be fully informed as to all 
the brakes which have been put by Parliament or the Government on the expendi- 
ture of the public funds. The undersigned should possess more information on such 
subjects than any other official. That information should, no doubt, be used in re- 
porting infringements of the rules laid down by Parliament, if the rules have been 
broken ; but it seems more in the public interest that the Auditor-General of the 
time being should do what he can to prevent the illegality, than that he should take 
part in making payments contrary to Acts of Parliament without drawing the 
attention of those who have ordered the illegal payments, and who would not have 
done so had their attention been drawn to the legal or other sound objection. 
The undersigned cannot think of anything more desirable in payments and 
account-keeping than uniformity. He believes that when an Act of Parliament 
establishing certain limits to payments, or an Order in Council of a general nature 
with the same object has been passed, great good will arise from there being a person 
who can point, and who is expected to point, out when the provisions of either are 
about being disregarded, not w.th the object of hindering the Government from 
carrying out its wishes, but with a view of securing that uniformity which the 
Government itself has determined upon when passing the general Order in Council 
or submitting the bill to Parliament. It is plain that the "attempt to control, against 
the will of the Government, their expenditure while within the Parliamentary grants? 
through a single person, the inferior of each of the members of the Cabinet in rank, 
would be out of tne question — would, indeed, be as useless to the couutry as it would 
be unpleasant to the officer. 

Assuming, however, that the Government is disposed to carry out the wishes of 
the people, as shewn by the acts of their representatives, the Auditor General must 
report some points on which he does not agree with tho Executive, but the greater 



XXVI 



part ofthe good which he will accomplish will result from the prevention of irregulari- 
ties by timely drawing attention to points which must be reported on adversely, if 
allowed to pass in the first instance. 

There was qo parliamentary audit until the passage of the Audit Act, and, as 
might naturally bo expected, the undersigned has not brought the auditing of the 
accounts of the whole Dominion to perfection. He has not laid bare great wrong- 
doings in this report. He hopes that they have not existed. It did not appear to 
bo the primo duty of the Auditor-General to detect wrongs committed, but to 
establish a system which would render the possible losses the smallest. 

Wherever it was necessary to put the control of a considerable sum of money in 
the hands of an accountant, it has been done by giving him a credit, where that has 
been rendered possible by there being a bank in the neighbourhood. 

The advantages which result from adopting the letter of credit system in 
preference to that of cheques are those : —1st, the money remains at the credit of 
the Receiver-General, and is thus available for other purposes until it is required 
to repay the public creditor ; 2nd, as the cheques drawn against the credit are the 
property of the Government after payment, they can always be examined, and no 
part of the money entrusted to the accountant can be diverted to the private use of 
the accountant, even temporarily, without the means of detecting the irregularity 
being at hand. 

The undersigned has the honor to request that instructions may be given to 
him enlarging upon the meaning of the term " countersigned " as used in Section 35 
of the Audit Act. It does not seem to express what duties are to be performed by 
the Auditor-General in connection with the Public Accounts previous to his counter- 
signature being attached; nor are there any directions as to the persons who are to 
transmit the accounts to him, or the time when they are to be transmitted. 

The undersigned while exercising the necessarily novel functions of a newly- 
created office, has in all probability, in some instances, either exceeded or fallen short 
ofthe powers granted him by Parliament. He trusts that any points on which he 
should receive directions from the Public Accounts Committee will be early taken 
up. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General 
Audit Office, 

Ottawa, February, 1880. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1879 



PART I. 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879. 

CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 

Vote $70,600 

Account of sums expended compared with sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service, 



Financial Inspector 

Office of Assistant Receiver-Gene' 
ral, Toronto 

do do Montreal — ... 

do and Auditor, Halifax 

do do St. John 



do 
do 



do 
do 



do 
do 



do 
do 



Fort Garry 

PrinceArthur's 

Landing 

Victoria 

Charlotte to'n, 

P.E.I 

Country Savings Banks: 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

British Columbia 

Seigniorial Commission and 

Tenure ... 

Supplementary 



Grant. 



2,600 

7,600 

5,500 

10,000 

11,400 

6,500 

7,000 

4,000 

12,000 



2,500 
1,500 



Total expended 

Total less than granted.. 
Total more than granted. 
Balance unexpended 



Expenditure. 



Salaries. 



$ cts. 
2,600 00 

5,764 50 
5,500 00 
9,602 77 
11,300 00 
2,776 16 

300 00 
6,096 50 

3,300 00 

5,975 02 

3,550 00 

800 00 



Contin- 
gencies. 



$ cts 



2,930 04 



60,494 99 



70,600 



1,403 06 

l]64i~U 

2,402 29 
380 00 

89 50 
388 26 

601 81 

598 91 
817 55 



691 57 



Total. 



$ cts 
2,600 00 

7,167 56 

5,500 00 

11,244 08 

13,702 29 

3,156 16 

389 50 
6,484 76 

3,901 81 

6,573 93 

4,367 55 

800 00 



3,621 61 



Expenditure 
Compared with Grant, 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



432 44 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



1,244 08 
2,302 29 



2,954 34 

515 24 

98 19 

258 52 



378 39 



9,014 26 69,509 25 

I 4,637 12' 



1,090 75 



70,600 00 



3,546 37 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



REMARKS. 

(Copy.) 

Ottawa, 11th December, 18*79. 
Sir, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 6th 
instant, requesting information as to the cause of variance between the expenditure in 
connection with Charges of Management and the sum appropriated, by Parliament 
ior that service ; and in reply thereto I beg to state that, although details are placed 
in the estimates of sums likely to be required for the several services, yet, Parlia- 
ment grants the amounts en bloc ; and that I find, on examination, the total appro- 
priation is not exceeded. I will, however, endeavour, in the estimates to be placed 
before Parliament during the next session, to provide sufficient to cover expenditure 
ior each sub-head. 

Your obedient servant, 

J. M. COUKTNEY, 

Deputy- Minister of Finance. 
The Audi tor-Gen era i. 



The above letter of the Deputy-Minister of Finance indicates that at the time 
the estimates for 1878-79 were framed, it was not expected that explanations of the 
causes of difference between the grant and expenditure for sub-heads would be 
necessary when the expenditure against the whole grant was less than the appro- 
priation. 



5-a 1J 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended BOth June, 1879 — Continued, 
CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT— Continued. 



Account of sums expended compared with sums estimated under Statute,, 
for the Year ended 30th June. 1879, showing the surplus or deficit 
upon each sub-head. 



Estimate. | E \^' 



% cts. 



a London Agents : 

Commission, brokerage, &c, on payment of 
interest on debt, sinking funds, &c 

Stamps, postages and telegrams ] 

c Expenses in connection with the issue and re- 
demption of Dominion Notes | 

Printing, advertising, express charges. &c., in- 
cluding the printing of Dominion Notes 25 000 00 | 31,5813 



61,869 23 
2,000 00 



25,000 00 



% cts. 



150,836 78 
1,751 89 

21,880 14 



Total estimate 113,869 23 

Total expenditure. 

More than estimated 



92,180 89 



206,050 12 



206,050 12 



206,050 12 



Less than 
Estimate. 



% cts. 



248 11 
,119 86 



More than 
Estimate. 



$ cts. 
88,967 55 



I 6,581 31 



92,180 89 j 

95,548 86 95,548 86 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



REMARKS. 

a (Copy.) 

Ottawa, 11th December, 1879. 

Sir, — I have the honour to acknowledge your letter of this date enclosing that 
part of your report in connection with the expenditure for Charges of Management, 
and in compliance with your request I have to state that during the year there was 
a charge made by the London Agents of £15,489 sterling, being a commission of 1 
per cent, on debt matured — this, of course, is exceptional. The other items in the 
statement do not call for remark. I may, however, add that some of them will not 
ie appear in future years. 

Your obedient servant, 

J. M. COURTNEY, 

Deputy-Minister of Finance. 
The Auditor-General. 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOih June, 18*79 — Continued. 

CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT- Continued. 

c. Summary of expenses in connection with the issue and redemption of 

Dominion Notes. 



For Amount paid Bank of Montreal for placing gold coin 

do sundry persons, extra work posting, cancelling and 

destroying coupons 

do sundry persons employed in counting and destroy- 
ing Dominion Notes 

Travelling expenses of T. D. Tims « 

do G. Y. Crookshank ~ 

do Hon. Minister of Finance 

do sundry persons 



Amount paid J. P. Taylor as Extra Clerk. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 



do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 



F. A. Coffin 
J. C. Beatty 
R. D. O'Brien 
E. H. Harrington 
J. G. Turgeon 
R. D. Roach 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



sundry persons for extra work 

do services in Savings Bank 

Branch 

F. A. Gough as Extra Clerk 



expenses of Toronto robbery proceedings : 

Sundry persons, detective and other services... 

do travelling expenses 

For cablegram. 



J. Bethune for professional eervices , 

sundry persons for attending enquiries into counter 
feiting at Longueuil , 

do do Napanee........ 

do do New York 



John Adams in full of his claim arising from defal- 
cations at Dundas 

City and District Savings Bank, Montreal : 

For boxes for insurance securities 

For sundry disbursements *. 



$ cts. 



1,180 00 
810 00 
876 00 
228 00 



912 50 
730 00 
730 00 
430 00 
368 00 
368 00 
184 00 
438 00 

1,130 25 
368 00 



2,541 74 

1,239 73 

26 25 



263 25 
121 25 
298 37 



170 00 
122 88 



$ cts. 
1,732 92 
2,681 00 
3,148 50 

3,094 00 



5,658 75 



3,807 72 
81 50- 



682 87 
700 00> 

292 88 



21,880 14 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

John Gorman 



REMARKS. 

1. These several sums of $2,68100, $438.00 and $1,130.25, amounting to 
$4,249.25, were for extra services of persons receiving regular payment in the 
Department for which the extra work was done. The payments were made in 
opposition to sec. 20, of 31st Vic, cap. 34. 

2. During the early part of the year, Mr. Tims received a living allowance, 
while travelling, at the rate of five dollars per day; but attention was called to the 
Order in Council fixing the maximum rate at three and a half dollars per day, and 
the accounts for the remaining portion of the year were rendered in accordance with 
the regulation, 

3. Mr. Crookshank, during the latter part of the year, received a living allow- 
ance, while travelling, at the rate of two and one-half dollars per day, and earlier, 
his actual expenses as well as a bonus of two and one-half dollars per day 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879- Continued. 

Civil Government. 

'GOVERNOR GENERAL'S SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 

Vote $8,700. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Yote. 



Service. 



1 Secretary a 

1 Aide-de-Camp b 

1 Chief Clerk c 

1 1st Class Clerk d 

1 Junior 2nd Class Clerk e 

1 do f 

2 Messengers and Orderly... 



1 Secretary, authorized by 31 Vic, cap. 33. 
Expenditure less than estimate .... 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

200 00 
2,200 00 
•2,000 00 
1,400 00 
1,000 00 

900 00 
1,000 00 

9,700 00 

2,400 00 



11,100 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 

200 00 

2,200 00 

2,200 00 

762 80 

1,200 00 

875 00 
1,000 00 



8,437 80 
2,400 00 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



637 20 
"25 00 



10,837 80 



662 20 



262 20 



$ cts. 



200 00 
200 00 



400 00 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

J. Patterson. 



REMARKS. 

a. The Secretary's salary was increased to $3,000, from 1st March, 1879, by 
•Order in Council, 3rd March. $2,400 of this salary is provided by 31 Vic, cap. 33. 
The remainder was voted in the Supplementary Estimates. 

b. Salary increased from 1st March, 1879, by Order in Council of the 3rd March, 
from $i,800 to $2,200, and difference voted in Supplementary Estimates. 

o. Salarv increased by Order in Council of the 7th. October, 1878, from 1st July, 
187rf. 

d. Mr. Herbert retired from the Service on the 15th July, 1878, and the vacancy 
was only filled on the 1st February, 1879, by the transference of Lieut.-Col. Stuart 
from Miiitia Department. 

e. Salary increased from 1st July by Order in Council of 30th September. 
/. Over-estimated. His increase only dated from 1st January, 1879. 



10 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOlh June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil Government— Continued. 

PRIVY COUNCIL. 

Vote $15,300. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



1 Deputy Head .... 

1 Chief Clerk, Assistant 

1 1st Class Clerk 

2 Senior 2nd Class Clerks 

3 Junior do , a 

1 Private Secretary b 

1 Door Keeper 

3 Messengers , c 

1 Messenger d 



1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 e 



Expenditure less than estimated. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 
2,200 00 
1,700 00 
2,800 00 
2,700 00 
600 00 
600 00 
1,500 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



15,300 00 
7,000 00 



22,300 00 



$ cts 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



3,200 

2,200 

1,700 

2,800 

2,550 

333 

600 

1,465 

219 



15,068 19 
4,948 94 



20,017 13 



150 00 
266 13 



35 00 



451 13 



2,051 06 



2,282 87 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



219 32 



219 32 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

J. Patterson. 



11 



REMARKS. 

a. Over-estimated. 

b. No Secretary until 11th December, 18*78. 

c. Over-estimated. 

d. Appointed by Order in Council of 4th January, 1879. Not estimated. 

e. No President of the Council until 1*7 th October, 1878. 



12 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SQlh June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil Government — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. 

Vote $16,150. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



1 Deputy Head a 

5 Senior 2nd Class Cleiks b 

1 3rd Class Clerk c 

Private Secretaries, French and English d 

2 Messengers e 

Penitentiary Branch. 



1 Inspector 

2 Assistant Inspectors / 

1 Senior 2nd Class Clerk 



Expenditure les3 than estimated, 



Supplementary vote for organization of staff 

1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 



Grant. 



% cts. 

3,600 00 

6,100 00 

500 00 

600 00 

900 00 



2,250 00 

500 00 

1,150 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



15,600 00 

550 00 

7,000 00 



23,150 00 



$ cts. 

3,600 00 

6,068 28 

474 93 

495 79 

879 65 



2,250 00 

375 05 

1,150 00 



15,293 70 
"7,000 00 



22,293 70 



Expenditure, 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



31 72 

25 07 

104 21 

20 35 



124 95 



306 30 
550 00 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



856 30 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUG-ALL, 

Auditor- Genera?. 



Examined, 

J. Patterson. 



13 



REMARKS. 



a. Mr. Lash received, in addition, as Solicitor for the Indian Office, $400 ;. 
preparing rules and tariff of the Maritime Court of Ontario, $400 ; and as Counsel for 
the Crown before the Supreme Court in re Intercolonial Railway, $350. 

b. Mr. Kinloch transferred to Department of Interior from 1st November, 1878. 

Mr. J. Griffin to take the above vacancy from 18th November, 1878. O.C., 
18th November, 1878. 

H. B. S. Lano to take vacancy by retirement of M. J. Griffin, from 1st March, 
1879, at $700 per annum. O.C., 25th April, 1879. 

(Mr. Griffin retired 31st January, 1879.) 

One made a Chief Clerk, at $1,550 ; two increased to $1,400, and one to $1,200 
— Messrs. Griffin and Lane taking the place of the fifth. O.C., 13th June, 1879. 

c. Mr. Fraser appointed to succeed Mr. Steele (who retired 30th April, 1879), at 
$300 per annum. 

(1. Mr. Kinloch, Secretary from 1st July to 31st October; Mr. Griffin, from this 
date to 31st January, 1879, and Mr. Hall to the end of June. 

Mr. Power acted as French Secretary from 1st July to 31st October, 1878. 

e. Over estimated. 

/. The estimate was for a whole year's salary, but Mr. Walkem, of Eritisk 
Columbia, was only paid for the last six, months. 



14 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//t June, 1879— Continued. 

Civil Government — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE. 

Vote $36,450. 

Account of sums expended compared with the sum granted, for the year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



I Deputy Head 

1 1st Class Clerk 

2 Juuior 2nd Class Clerks a 

1 Secretary b 

1 Chief Clerk, Accountant ,. 

1 1st Class Clerk 

2 Senior 2nd Class Cleiks c 

1 Junior 2nd Class Cierk. 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



do do d 

Director of Stores 

l3t Class Clerk 

Senior 2nd Class Clerk e 

Junior do 

1 3rd Class Clerk, Storekeeper.., J 

1 Chief Clerk, Military Branch 

2 1st Class Clerks g 

1 do Clerk, supernumerary 

1 Senior 2nd Class Clerk - 

4 Juuior do Clerks 

1 Office- Keeper 

3 Messengers.. h 

I Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 j 



Expenditure less than estimate. 



Grait. 



3,200 
1,600 
2,000 

600 
3,000 
1,700 
2,700 

950 



2,200 

1,450 

1,350 

850 

700 

2,200 

3,150 

1,400 

1,400 

4.000 

'500 

1,500 



Expendi- 
ture. 



$ cts, 

3,200 00 

1,600 00 

1,854 13 

589 20 

3,000 00 

1,700 00 

2,712 50 

950 00 

291 65 

2,200 00 

1,450 00 

1,375 00 

850 00 

750 00 

2,200 00 

2,454 13 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

4,000 00 

500 00 

1,408 32 



Expenditure 
Compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts, 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



145 87 
10 80 



12 50 
291*65 



695 87 



36,450 
7,000 



43,450 



35,884 93 
6,962 36 

42,847 29 



91 68 



944 22 



602 71 



25 00 

'so'oo" 



379 15 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

J. Patterson. 



15 



REMARKS. 

a. Mr. Chapleau was transferred to the House of Commons staff and Mr. Be 
Salaberry was appointed to fill the vacancy at $700 per annum by Order in Council, 
11th February, 1879. 

b. Mr. W. B. Eoss acted as Secretary from 1st July to 16th October, 1878, and 
Mr. Benoit, from 27th October to 30th June, 1879. 

c. Under-estimated. Mr. Aumond's salary was increased under the Civil Service 
Act by $50, from 1st April, 1879, Order in Council, 21st May, 1879. 

(L Xot estimated. Mr. Waldo appointed by Order in Council, 3rd Feb., 1879. 

e. Under-estimated. Mr. Grant's salary increased $50 under Civil Service Act 
from 1st January, 1879, by Order in Council, 10th April, 187 J. 

/. Under-estimated. Mr. Clarke's salary increased $50 under Civil Service Ac", 
from 1st July, 1878, by Order in Council, 2nd September, 1878. 

g. Lieut.-Col. Stuart transferred to Governor-General's Office, from 1st February, 
1879. 

h. Michael Ryan superannuated and his successor appointed at $400 per annum, 
from 1st August, 1878, by Order in Council, 2nd August, 1878. 

j. Hon. Mr. Masson was not appointed until two days after his predecessor's 
retirement. 



lb 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//i June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil Government — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Vote $35,120. 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



1 Deputy Head 

1 Chief Clerk • a 

1 do Clerk of Crown b 

1 do Keeper of Records c 

1 Queen's Printer d 

1 Deputy Registrar General e 

5 1st Class Cleiks 

1 Senior 2nd Class Clerk 

2 Junior 2nd Class Clerks and Secretary. 

9 3rd Class Clerks 

4 Messengers 



Mounted Police Branch. 

1 1st Class Clerk k 

1 Junior 2nd Class Clerk I 



1 Minister, 36 Vic, cap. 31. 



Expenditure less than estimadte 



Grant. 



$ cts 

3,200 00 
2,250 00 
1,850 00 
1,600 00 
2,100 00 
1,750 00 
8,0C0 00 
1,350 00 
2,600 00 
5,750 00 
1,920 00 



1,750 00 
1,000 00 



35,120 00 
7,000 00 



42,120 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



% cts. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



I Less than 
I Granted. 



3,2no 

2,250 
1,950 
1,700 
2.125 
1,875 
5,100 
5,112 
4,837 
1,925 
1,935 



729 13 
416 60 



33,155 73 
7,000 00 

40,155 73 



More than 
Granted. 



I 
$ Cts.! 



2,900 00 



3,825 00 



1,020 87 
583 40 



1,964 27 



% cts. 



100 00 

100 00 

25 00 

125 CO 



3,762 50 
2,237 50 



15 00 



8,329 27 I 6,365 00 
I 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

J. Patterson, 



n 



REMARKS. 



a. Mr. Powell also received, as Secretary of the Civil Service Board, $200. See 
Contingencies. 

b. O-C, 7th Oct., 18*78, increased Mr. Pope's salary to $2,000, from 1st Oct., 

1878. 

e. O.C., 13th |June, [1879, increased Mr. Morgan's salary to $1,800, from 1st 
January, 1879. 

Mr. Morgan received, in addition, two hundred dollars for preparing an index 
to State records, and $100 for other extra services. See Contingencies of this office. 

d. O.C., 10th April, 1879, increased Mr. Chamberlin's salary to $2,150, from 1st 
January, 1879. 

e. O.C, 13th June, 1879, increased Mr. Catellier's salary to $2,000, from 1st 
January, 1879. 

/. Only three were paid: Messrs. Steele, $1,700; Jones, $1,800 ; and Young, 
$1,600. 

g. Two additional. Mr. Tobin was made a Senior 2nd, from 1st October, by O.C. 
of 7th October, 1878 ; Mr. Tobin also acted as Private Secretary, from 1st July to 
31st October, 1878. 

Mr. Gliddon was made a Senior 2nd, from 1st January, 1879, by O.C. of 13th 
June, 1879. 

h. Messrs. Eoxborough, Potvin, Eobertson, Kingston, Burns, Ballantyne and 
Learoyd, made Junior 2nd Class Clerks by O.C, 13th June, 1879. 

Messrs. Tobin and Gliddon promoted. 

i. Several promotions — See remarks marked g ; and three new appointments, 
from 1st October, by O.C, 7th October, 1878. 

j. Under estimated. 

k and I. Transferred to Department of Interior. 



5#— 8 



18 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil Government — Continued. 

DEPAKTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 

Vote $45,720 

Account of sums expended compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 


Grant, 


Expendi- 
ture. 


Expenditure 
Compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


1 Deputy Head a 

2 Senior 2nd Class Clerks b 


$ cts. 

3,200 00 
2,450 00 
2,200 00 
1,800 00 
1,600 00 
2,600 00 
3,700 00 

600 00 
4,350 00 

950 00 
5,400 00 
1,450 00 
6,550 00 
5,700 00 

650 00 

600 00 
1,920 GO 


$ cts. 

3,404 97 
3,504 63 
2,200 00 
1,800 00 
1,550 00 
2,612 50 
3,425 02 
478 50 
2,975 00 
1,770 00 
5,065 94 
1,475 00 
6,600 00 
6,787 50 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
204 97 




1,054 63 


1 Chief Clerk, Indian Branch 




1 Inspector, Indian Agencies 






1 1st Class Clerk c 


50 00 




2 Senior 2nd Class Clerks, Indian Branch .... d 

4 Junior do do c 

1 3rd Class Clerk do e 


12 50 


274 98 

121 50 

1,375 00 

' "334 06 




3 1st Class Clerks, Ordnance / 

1 Junior 2nd Class Clerk, Ordnance g 

2 Chief Clerks, Dominion Lands h 




820 00 


1 1st Class Clerk do ., i 

6 Senior 2nd Class Clerks, Dominion Lands., j 
6 Junior do do .. k 


25 00 

50 00 

1,087 50 


1 3rd Class Clerk do .. k 


050 00 

249 45 

70 28 


1 Private Secretary 1 

4 Messengers m 

Mounted Police Branch. 
1 Chief Clerk n 


350 55 
1,849 72 

1,020 87 
400 00 
583 40 






1,020 87 
400 00 


1 Senior 2nd Class Clerk n 




1 Junior do n 






583 40 










1 Minister, 36 Vic, cap. 31. at $7,000 00) 

1 do do at 8,000 00 J ° 


45,720 00 
7,706 98 


47,853 60 
f 2,051 06 
t 5,655 92 


3,125 27 


5,258 87 




53,426 98 


55,560 58 




Expenditure more thai estimated 






2,133 60 



I certify that this ac ount has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. Patt.rson. 



19 



REMARKS. 

a. Mr. Meredith was superannuated on 8th October, but was paid his salary to 
1st November. Mr. Meredith also received as Chairman of the Civil Service Board 
$133.32 for four months, to the 31st October (see Contingencies). Mr. Buckingham 
was appointed Deputy-Minister from 8th October, but was removed to his former 
position in the Public Works Department, and Col. Dennis was promoted to the 
vacant position by Order in Council, 14th November. 

b. Mr. Burgess, by Order in Council, 8th October, 18*78, was promoted to a 1st 
Class Clerkship, and Mr. Kinloch, in addition, was transferred from Department of 
Justice, where his salary is provided for, from 1st October, 1878. 

c. Over-estimated. 

d. Under-estimated. 

e. Over-estimated. Mr. Coffey appointed from 17th July, at $500 per annum. 

f. Two 1st Class Clerks only were paid. 

g. Mr. Rodgers was promoted to the 2nd Class, Order in Council, 20th July, 
1878, and Mr. Keys appointed a Junior 2nd by Order in Council, 17th July, 1878. 

h. Col. Dennis was promoted to the position of Deputy Head and was succeeded 
by Mr. Lindsay Russell, by Order in Council, 14th November, 1878, at a salary of 
$2,600. Col Dennis' salary was $3,200. Col. Dennis also received as arrears of 
salary from 1st January, 1873, to 1st January, lfc78, $2,038 (see Miscellaneous.) 

i. Promoted under Civil Service Act, from 1st January, 1879, to $1,500. Order 
in Council, 10th April, 1879. 

j. Messrs. Tetu and Lang's salaries were increased under the Civil Service Act 
to $1,300 per annum, from 1st January, 1879. Order in Council, 10th April, 1879. 

k. Mr. Richardson's salary increased from $700 to $900 per annum, from 1st 
January, 1879, Order in Council, 26th December, 1878, and he was promoted to this 
class. Mr. J. M. Gordon appointed a Junior 2nd Class Clerk at $700 per annum, 
from 1st January, 1879. Order in Council, 10th July, 1879. 

/. Mr. Burgess was Secretary from 1st July to 16th October, 1878 ; Mr. Kinloch 
from 1st November to 30th June, 1879. 

m. Over-estimated, but, in addition to his pay as Messenger, R. Jessup was paid 
$107.22, being from the period of his suspension, 12th February, 1877, to the date of 
his dismissal, 7th May, 1^77. 

n. Estimated for in Department of Secretary of State, except Mr. Fortescue, 
who was paid as an officer of the Mounted Police, but was attached to the Depart- 
ment from 1st March, 1879, at $1,200 per annum. Order in Council, 10th July, 1879. 

o. The difference of salary is due to the Minister of the Interior in the existing 
Government, being also Premier. 



5 a— 2J 



1*0 



Appropriation Account* Jor Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil Government — Continued. 

RECEIVER GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Vote $20,180 

Accounts of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Serriee. 



1 Deputy Head - a 

1 Chief Clerk a 

2 1st Class Clerks b 

2 Supernumerary Clerks e 

4 Senior 2nd Class Clerks d 

2 Junior do e 

3 Messengers - J 

Total 

1 Minister, 36 Vic, cap. 31 M g 



Expenditure less than estimated. 



Grant. 



% cts 

3,200 00 
2,200 00 
3,400 00 
2,800 00 
6,300 00 
1,800 00 
1,480 00 



20,180 00 
7,000 00 



27,180 00 



Ex- 

penditure. 



$ cts. 

1,066 64 
733 29 
283 33 
233 32 
441 65 
149 98 
83 32 



2,991 53 
6,772 45 



8,763 98 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 

2,133 36 
1,466 71 
3,116 67 
2,566 68 
4,858 35 
1,650 02 
1,396 68 

17,188 47 

1,227 55 



18,416 02 



More than 
Granted. 



$ eta. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General, 



Examined, 

J Pattebson. 



21 



BKMARK6. 

a. Superannuated from 1st November, 1878. 

b. Mr. Lewis, $1,800 per annum, transferred to Finance Department, and Mr. 
Stanton, $1,600, transferred to Auditor General's Office. 

c. Mr. Shay, $1,400, and Mr. Hunter, $1,400, transferred to Auditor General's 
Office. 

d. Messrs. Neeve and Nash, $1,400 each, and Mr. Turgeon, $1,200, transferred 
to Finance Department, and Mr. Dunlevie, $1,300, to Auditor General's Office. 

e. Mr. Sutherland, $850, transferred to Auditor General's Office, and Mi*. Gough, 
$950, to Finance Department 

/. F. Casault, $500, transferred to Auditor General's Office, and F. McCaffrey, 
$500, transferred to Finance Department; the third Messenger was paid through 
Contingencies at $1 per diem. 

g. Mr. Coffin, who retired on 16th October, was not succeeded by Sir Alexander 
Campbell until 8th November, 1878. 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil Government — Continued. 

FINANCE DEPARTMENT. 
Vote $51,100 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 80th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



1 Deputy Head a 

1 Chief Clerk 

3 1st Class Clerks b 

4 Senior 2nd Class Clerks c 

3 Junior 2nd Class Clerks. d 

1 Assistant Auditor e 

1 1st Class Clerk e 

1 Supernumerary e 

1 Senior 2nd Class Clerk.... e 

2 Junior 2nd Class Clerks... > f 

1 1st Class Outlying Provinces , 

1 Senior 2nd Class Clerk 

2 Junior 2nd Cass Clerks g 

I 3rd Class Clerk 

1 1st Class Clerk Warrants , 

1 Junior 2nd Class Clerk e 

1 1st Class Clerk Correspondence e 

1 Senior 2nd Class Clerk Statistics h 

2 Junior 2nd Class Cferks d 

1 Chief Clerk Contingencies , 

1 Junior 2nd Class Clerk c 

1 Chief Clerk Savings Bank , 

1 Senior 2nd Class Clerk , 

3 Junior 2nd Class Clerks d 

Private Secretary h 

4 Junior 2nd Class, and 1 3rd Class Clerk i 

1 1st Class Clerk j 

5 Senior 2nd Class Clerks j 

1 Messenger j 

4 Messengers 



1 Minister, 36 Vic, cap. 31 

Expenditure less than estimate. 



Grant. 



$ cts, 

3,200 00 
2,400 00 
4,900 00 
5,450 00 
2,500 00 
2,400 00 
1,700 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,850 00 
1,500 00 
1,350 00 
1,650 00 

600 00 
1,800 00 

850 00 
1,500 00 
1,250 00 
1,550 00 
2,400 00 
1,150 00 
2,<)C0 00 
1,300 00 
2,600 00 

600 00 



2,000 00 



51,100 00 
7,000 00 



58,100 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Expenditure, 
compared with Grant. 



$ cts. 



3,200 
2,400 
3,650 
5,237 
2,462 

198 

141 
96 
95 

929 
1,475 
1,350 
1,675 

600 

1,800 

70 

125 
1,350 
1,512 
2,400 
1,125 
2,000 
1,300 
2,612 

299 
1,170 
1,650 
5,506 

458 
1,375 



48,268 34 
7,000 00 



55,268 34 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



1,250 00 

212 50 

37 50 

2,202 00 

1,558 34 

1,303 62 

1,104 18 

920 84 

25 00 



779 18 
1,375 00 



More than 
Granted. 



cts. 



25 00 



100 00 



37 50 
25 00 ' 



300 02 



12 50 



1,170 66 

1,650 00 

5,506 69 

458 34 



624 17 



11,754 85 



2,831 66 



8,923 19 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. Patterson. 



23 



REMARKS, 



a. Mr. Langton superannuated from 1st August, and Mr. Courtney succeeded 
him as Doputy Minister of Finance from that date. 

The Deputy Minister receives also $1,000 per annum as Secretary of the Trea- 
sury Board. 

b. Mr. Cruse superannuated from 1st November. 

c. Over estimated. 
(L Under estimated. 

- . Transferred to Auditor-General's Office, from 1st August, 1878. 

e. do do do 

e. One do do do 

/. Mr. Aumond was transferred to Auditor's Office. 

g. Under estimated. 

h. Mr. Cross promoted by O.C., 2nd October, 1878, to 1st Class, with a salary of 
$1,400. 

h, Mr. Cross was paid as Secretary, from 1st July to 3rd October, at $300 per 
annum ; and Mr. Toller, from 1st January, at $400 per annum. 

t. VIessrs. Terry & Fraser, who were extra Clerks, were appointed as Junior 2nd 
Class ; Mr. Terry to take vacancy created by the promotion of Mr. Torrance, and Mr. 
Eraser to fill the place of Junior 2nd Class Clerk voted for the Treasury Board. Mr. 
Thompson was appointed to the vacancy created by Mr. Cough's promotion, but retired 
from the service on the 26th December — O.C., 2nd October, 1878 ; and Mr. Cameron 
Stanton, was appointed as 3rd Class, from 1st June, 1879 — O.C., 13th June, 1879. 

j. Transferred from Receiver-General's Department, where their salarios were 
estimated. 

k. Estimated for in Recevier-General's Office. 



24 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscaf Year ended 30tk June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil Government — Continued. 

TREASURY BOARD. 

Vote $4,100 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879 ; showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Yote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 

penditurt. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than More than 
Granted. Granted. 


1 Secretary. , a 

1 Chief Clerk « b 


$ cts, 

1,000 00 

2,400 00 

700 00 


$ cts. 
1,000 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1,799 98 




600 02 




1 Junior 2nd Class c 


700 00 










4,100 00 


2,799 98 
1 


1,300 02 








Expenditure less than estimate 


1,300 02 
I 


1 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

J Patterson. 



"JD 



REMARKS. 

a. Mr. Langton retired 1st August, 18*78, and was succeeded by Mr. Courtney. 

b. Mr. Baker was appointed by Order in Council, 2nd October, 1878, to succeed 
Mr. Courtney, at $1,600 per annum, from 1st July. Mr. Courtney was paid for July. 

c. Mr. Frascr, who was appointed by Order in Council, 2nd October, 1878, to 
take this position, is attached to the Finance Department, where his salary appears. 



26 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879. — Continued. 

Civil Government — Continued. 

THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR-GENERAL,. 

Vote Nil. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 







Grant. 


Expendi- 
ture. 

; 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Service. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


1 Assistant Auditor 


a 
b 
c 
d 
e 
f 

9 


% 


$ cts. 

2,200 00 
1,616 62 
5,124 93 
2,308 35 
2,587 52 
916 68 


% 


$ 


2 1st Class Clerks 








4 1st Class Supernumerary Clerks 

2 Senior 2nd Class Clerks 












5 Junior 2nd do 








2 Messengers 









3,200 








14,754 10 




Auditor-General's salary, provided for by 41 
Vic, cap. 7 , 


2,933 33 










17,687 43 











I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor -General. 
Examined, 

J. Pattebson, 



27 



REMARKS. 

</. Mr. Simpson died in September, and was succeeded by Mr. Patterson from 1st 
October, 1878. Salary estimated under Finance. 

b. Mr. Patterson was promoted from 1st October, 1878, and Mr, Stanton was 
superannuated from 1st Juue, 1879. 

c. Mr. Barber, $1,400.00, was promoted to a 1st Class Clerkship at $1,600.00 
from 1st June, by Order in Council. 13th June, 1879. His salary, $1,400.00, and 
that of Mr. Hector, $1,500.00, were estimated under Finance. The salaries of 
Messrs. Hunter and Shay, $1,400.00 each, were estimated under Receiver-General. 
Mr. Shay was superannuated from 1st June, 1879. 

Mr Dunlevie, $1,350.00, was estimated for under Receiver-General, and Mr. 
Simpson, $1,200.00, under Finance. 

e. Messrs. Aumond, $1,000.00, and Mr. Gray, $850.00, were estimated for under 
Finance, and Mr. Sutherland, $850.00, under Receiver-General. Messrs. Porter and 
Gibson, $800.00 each, are new appointments from 1st June, 1879. 

/. F. Casault, $500.00, estimated under Receiver-General, and John Pender 
$500.00, under Finance. 

g. The Audit Act came into effect on August 1st, 1878. The Auditor-General, 
therefore, only drew pay for eleven months. 



28 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended ZQth June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil Govebnmbnt — Continued 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. 
Vote $29,200 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head or Vote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


• 

1 Deputy Head ~ 

2 Chief Clerks 


$ cts. 

3,200 oe 
4,300 00 
7,800 00 
6,650 00 
4,350 00 
1,900 00 
1,000 00 


$ cts. 

3,200 00 
4,300 00 
6,400 00 
7,466 62 
4,750 00 
1,812 50 
1,000 00 
300 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


5 1st Class Clerks a 


1,400 00 




5 Senior 2nd Class Clerks b 


816 62 


5 Junior do c 




400 00 


3 3rd Class Clerks d 

2 Messengers. .-...,. ■ 


87 50 


..... H»Mt — — — 


1 Private Seeretary • e 




300 00 










1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31. 


29,200 00 
7,000 00 


29,229 12 
7,000 00 


1,487 50 


1,516 62 








36,200 00 


36,229 12 




Expenditure more than estimate 






29 12 













I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. Patterson. 



S9 



REMARKS. 

a. Four only paid. 

b. There were six Senior 2nd Class Clerks paid, but Mr. Bell, $816.62, was super- 
annuated from 1st February, 1879 ; since dead. 

c. Six Junior 2nd Class Clerks were paid, Mr. Ince being appointed from January, 
1879, by Order in Council, 9lb same month, at $900, having been previously paid $2 
per diem as an Extra Clerk from contingencies. 

d. Over-estimated. 

«. Not estimated ; Mr. Bliss, who acted as Secretary, was paid $224.99 as an 
allowance for the service from contingencies. Mr. Bliss was also paid as a Junior 2nd 
Class Clerk, 1,000. Mr. Bowell was appointed Secretary from 16th November, by 
Order in Council, 23rd December, 1878, at $600 per annum; his salary from the 
date of his appointment to 1st January, 1879, was paid through contingencies, after 
which date his name was placed on the pay-list. 



30 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended ZQth June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil G overnment— Continued 

DEPARTMENT OF INLAND REVENUE. 

Vote „ $26,767.50. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for the 
Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon 
each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 



1 Deputy Head, Commissioner a 

1 Assistant do 

1 Chief Clerk, Accountant b 

4 1st Class Clerks c 

4 Senior 2nd Class Clerks d 

5 Junior Clerks ~ e 

3 3rd Class Clerks / 

1 Private Secretary g 

2 Messengers , 

1 MeehaniC: h 



1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 ... % 



Grant. 



% cts. 

3,200 00 

2,400 00 

1,800 00 

5,825 00 

4,675 00 

4,725 00 

1,912 50 

600 00 

950 00 

680 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



26,767 50 I 
7,000 00 | 



$ cts, 

3,200 00 

2,400 00 

1,762 50 

5,800 00 

4,487 50 

4,674 97 

1,887 50 

400 00 

950 00 

500 00 



26,062 47 
6,830 64 



33,767 50 I 32,893 11 



Expenditure less than estimated. 



Expenditure, 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



% cts. 



37 50 
25 00 

187 50 
50 03 
25 00 

200 00 



180 00 



705 03 
169 36 



874 39 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor-General. 



Examined, 

J. Patterson. 



31 



Remarks. 

a. Mr. Brunei receives an additional salary of $800, charged to Weights and 
Measures. 

b. Mr. Eobins promoted only from 1st October, by Order in Council, 7th 
October, 1878. 

c. Mr. Heron promoted to this class from 1st October, 1878, by Order in Coun" 
cil, 7th October, 1878. 

d. Mr. Yalin promoted to this class from 1st October, 1878, by Order in Council, 
7th October, 1878, 

e. Mr/Graham died in March, 1879. 
/. Over-estimated. 

g. Mr. Lamothe is also a Senior 2nd Class Clerk at $1,100. 

A. One additional Messenger took the place of a mechanic. 

i. Hon. Mr. Laurier retired on the 16th, and was succeeded by Hon. Mr. Baby 
on the 26th October, 1878. 



32 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued 

Civil Government — Continued. 

DEPARTMENTS OF PUBLIC WORKS AND RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 

Vote $49,780. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
end'.'d 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. I *%*■ 



1 Deputy Head •* •••• 

1 Chief Clerk, Secretary * ... 

1 do Accountant 

8 1st Class Clerks « 

1 do Clerk, Supernumerary 

5 Senior 2nd Class Clerks ft 

8 Junior do J 

1 Private Secretary a 

1 Chief Engineer ~ 

1 Architect * 

1 Assistant Engineer « 

4 Messengers - « ~ 



1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31, to 16th 

Oct., at $8,000 

do from 17th Oct , at $7,000 ..... 

do from 20th May, do Railways and 
Canals 



Ev: enditure less than estimate. 



$ cts. 

4,100 00 
2,400 00 
2,200 00 
12,900 00 
1,530 00 
6,850 00 
7,400 00 
600 00 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,800 00 



49,780 00 

2,344 06 
4,948 91 

809 18 



57,882 15 



$ cts. 

4,100 00 
2,406 00 
2,200 00 
13,835 71 
1,530 60 
3,722 83 
7,392 98 
585 43 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 



1,750 00 



44,516 95 

2,344 06 
4,948 91 

809 18 



57,882 15 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



3,127 17 

7 02 

14 57 



3,eoo oo 

50 00 



6,198 76 



5,263 05 



More than 
Granted. 



$ ets. 



935 71 



935 71 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
it correct. 

J. L. McDOTJGALL, 

Auditor-General 



Examined, 

J. Patterson. 



33 



REMARKS. 

a. Messrs. Bonneville and Tilley were promoted to this class by Order in 
Council, 8th October, 1878; Mr. Buckingham was transferred to the Department of 
the Interior from 8th October, 1878 ; Mr. Chapleau was made a First-Class Clerk and 
increased from $1,600 to $1,800, by Order in Council, 4th August, 1879; Mr. 
Henderson took the place of the late Mr. Hutchison from 28th September to 31st 
December, 1878. 

b. See a. Mr. Lefebre promoted to this class, $1,100, from 8th October, 1878, 
by Order in Council of that date. 

c. Nine JJunior Second-Class Clerks paid ; Mr. Aikins was appointed to fill the 
vacancy created by Mr. Lefebre's being promoted, from 8th October, 1878, Mr. 
Stewart was appointed from 9th January, 1879, only. 

d. Mr. Buckingham acted as Secretary to 8th*jOctober, 1878, and Mr. Bradley 
from 17th October, 1878; each at $600 per annum. Mr. Buckingham, in addition, 
received $1,800 per annum as a First-Class Clerk, and Mr. Bradley received $1,650. 

e. Transferred to Lachine Canal. 



5a— 3 



l M 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued. 

POST OFFICE DEPAETMENT. 

Vote $88,150 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



1 Deputy Head A 

1 Chief Clerk, Secretary a 

3 1st Class Clerks b 

7 Senior 2nd Class Clerks c 

8 Junior do d 

16 3rd Class Clerks e 

2 Chief Clerks, Accountants 

2 1st Class Clerks / 

3 Senior 2nd Class Clerks g 

9 Junior do -. h 

7 3rd Class Clerks « 

1 Chief Clerk, Cashier , 

1 do Money Order j 

1 1st Class Clerk 

3 Senior 2nd Class Clerks .. k 

5 Junior do I 

5 3rd Class Clerks m 

1 Chief Clerk, Savings Bank 

1 1st Class Clerk 

1 Senior 2nd Class Clerk n 

6 Junior do Clerks o 

6 3rd Class Clerks p 

3 Messengers q 

1 Secretary r 



1 Minister, 36 Vic, c. 1 * 



Expenditure more than estimated 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 
2,700 00 
4,900 00 
9,400 00 
5,550 00 
8,500 00 
4,450 00 
2,900 00 
4.150 00 
7,550 00 
4,ir'0 00 
2,200 00 
2,000 00 
1,700 00 
3,650 00 
4,850 00 
2,650 00 
2,200 00 
1,550 00 



Expendi- 
ture. 



$ cts. 



5,100 00 
3,400 00 
1,400 00 



fc8,150 00 
7,000 00 



95,150 00 



3,200 
2,700 
4,837 
9.741 
2,574 
9,487 
4450 
2,666 
5,175 
6,879 
4,312 
2,200 
2,037 
1,700 
4,400 
3,500 
5,120 
2,250 
1,550 
1,050 
3,400 
3,851 
1,045 
400 



Expenditure 
Compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Grant. 



$ cts. 



88,528 91 
6,962 36 



95,528 91 



1,700 00 
*355 00 



7,346 81 



More than 
Grant. 



$ cts. 



"62* 50" 
""2,97506' 


""mi "41" 

987 50 






233 40 




1,025 00 


670 85 


162 45 








37 50 








750 00 


1,350 00 




2,470 79 




50 00 







1,050 00 

451 07 

""400'ob" 



7,725 72 



341 27 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
Examined, 

J. Patterson. 



35 



REMARKS. 



A. Mr. Griffin received also $266.68 for H months services as Chairman of Civil 
Service Board. 

a. Mr. White's salary was increased $400 per annum, by Order in Council, 21st 
May, 187.', and voted in supplementary estimates from 1st October, 1878. Mr. White 
was also paid $500 from contingencies as special allowance, at the rate of $400 per 
annum, from 1st July, 1877, to 1st October, 1878. 

b. Mr. Walsh was promoted to this class, vice King, who had been previously 
superannuated, from 1st January, 1879. Order in Council, 31st May, 1879. 

C. Mr. P. Cartier appointed from 18th December, 1878, by Order in Council, 
same date. Mr. Cartier received also S156 from contingencies. 

d. Messrs. White and O'Leary promoted to this class from 1st January, 1879, 
Order in Council, 13th June, 1871*, and Mr. J. Cartier transferred to Ottawa Post 
Office, from 1st March, 1879. Mr. J. Cartier received also from contingencies $390.50. 

e. Mr. Heath appointed, vice Euttan, retired, from 1st October, 1878, Order in 
Council, 28th September, 1878, and Mr. Knauf from 1st May, Order in Council, 25th. 
April, 1879. 

/. Mr. Oliver superannuated from 1st May, 1879. 

g. Mr. Blanehet promoted to this class from 1st January, 1879. Order in 
Council, 13th June, 1879. 

h. Messrs. Falconer and Fortier promoted from 1st January, 1879, Older in 
Council, 13th June, 1879, and Mr. Brown Wallis appointed from 1st June, 1879, by 
Order in Council, 21st May, 1879, but paid from 1st February preceding. Mr. Wallis 
was in the service during the whole financial } T ear and was paid before February 
from contingencies. 

t. Mr. Muir's services dispensed with from 1st February, 1879. Mr. McGrail 
appointed from 1st October by Order in Council, 8th October, 1878. Mr. Jarvis 
transferred to Outside Service from 1st October, 187,8. Mr. D'Auteuil appointed 
from Ut June, 1879, Order in Council. 21st May, 1879. 

j. Increase under Civil Service Act from 1st October, 1878. 

k. Mr. Smith appointed from Money Order Office, St. John, N\B., from 1st Oct., 
by Order in Council, 8th October, 1878, and Mr. Shaw promoted from 1st January, 
by Order in Council, 13th June, 1879. 

I Only four paid during the whole year, Mr. Shaw being promoted to a higher 
class from 1st January, 18 i 9. 

m. Nine 3rd Class Clerks were paid, but Mr. Dorion retired from the service on 
the 30th April, 1879. 

n. Promoted from] 1st January, 1879. Order in Council, 13th June, 1879. Not 
estimated in this class. 

o. Four Clerks only paid. 

p. Mr. Larkin superannuated from 1st January, 1879, and Mr. Gouin appointed 
17th January, 1879, by Order in Council, same dale. One Clerk more than estimated. 

q. John Dodd appointed only from 1st May, 1879. Order in Council, 25th 
April, 1879. 

r. Not estimated as such. 

s. Mr. Langevin did not succeed Mr. Huntington until the 19th October. Mr. 
Huntington retired on the 16th October, 1878. 

Messrs. Bell, Smith, Kreps, Fagleson, Harrington, McCuaig, Major, Plunkett, 
and Fairweather were paid for extra services in connection with the Savings Banks 
$39.44 each, Mr. Nutting received $35.16. 

Bennett and Bell, Messengers, received extra pay, the former $34.02, and the 
latter $99.96. 



5 a— U 



36 



'Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil Government — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Vote $35,340 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Yote. 



Service. 



1 Deputy Head , , 

1 Secretary a 

1 1st Class Clerk b 

5 Senior 2nd (/lass Clerks -, 

1 Junior do do b 

1 3rd Class Clerk c 

1 Attached on Special Service 

1 Office Keeper 

3 Messengers d 

1 Private Secretary e 

1 Probationary Clerk f 



Patent Branch. 



Chief Clerk 

1st Class Clerk g 

Senior 2nd Class Clerks h 

Junior 2nd Class Clerk j 

3rd Class Clerks k 

Supplementary Vote for Extra Clerks I 

1 Model Repairer. 

1 Probationary Clerk 



1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 
2,300 00 
1,650 00 
6 650 00 
1J000 00 

730 00 
1,250 00 

500 00 
1,5U0 00 

600 00 



2,150 00 
1,250 00 
2,500 00 
1,000 00 
2,610 00 
6,000 00 
450 00 



35,340 00 
7,000 00 



Expenditure less than estimated. 



42,340 00 



Expenditure 
j compared with Grant. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



1 Less than 
Gran t. 



More than 
Grant. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



3,200 
2,300 



6,425 
1,000 

744 
1,250 

500 
1,339 

575 

200 



1,650 00 
225 00 



2,100 00 
1,275 00 
3,365 00 
1,814 98 
5,618 86 



160 77 
24 20 



50 00 



2,991 14 



450 00 ! 
174 98 



32,333 00 
7,000 00 



39,333 00 



5,101 11 



3,007 00 



$ cts. 



14 15 



200 00 



25 00 
865 00 
814 98 



174 98 



2,094 11 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

J. Patterson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



37 



REMARKS. 



a. Mr. Lowe was also paid $583.33 for services in connection with Australian 
Exhibition. 

b. Mr. Small was promoted by Order in Council, June, 1879, to the first class, 
from §1,000 to $1,560, beginning 1st January, 1879; but as Mr. Small received an. 
allowance of $568, which was charged to Emigration, up to 30th June, 1879, he was 
only placed on the pay-list for the increased salary from 1st July last. 

c. Mr. Lanigan was superannuated from 1st January, 1879, and Mr. Dauray was 
appointed from 1st December, 1878; Order in Council 14th December, 1878. 

d. J. Boily was superannuated from 1st October, 1878, and his son succeeded 
him from that date at $300 per annum. 

e. Mr. Tetu acted as Secretary to 16th October, and Mr. Currier from 18th 
November, 1878. 

/. Not estimated in this class. 

g. Under estimtaed. Increase under Civil Service Act from 1st January, 1879. 

h. Mr. Dionne promoted to this class from 1st January, 1879, Or der in Council 
13th June, 1879, making a third, which accounts for the excess. 

j. Mr. Lynch promoted to this class from 1st January, 1879 ; Order in Council 
13th June, 1879. 

A. Messrs. Eossiter, St. Dennis, Juvet, Deveque, Martineau, Caron, Beland and 
Pelletier, by Order in Council, 17th June, 1878, were made 3rd Class Clerks at $730 
per annum, out of the vote of $6,000 for that purpose. Mr. Juvet paid to 31st Jan- 
uary, 1879, (dead) ; Messrs. Rossiter, St. Dennis, Martineau and Pelletier's services 
dispensed with from February, 1879. 

I. Out of this appropriation $80 was added to the salary of Mr. Lynch and $70 to 
that of Mr. Fraser ; Order in Council 17th June, 1878. . 
(Copy.) Audit Office, 3rd October, 1878. 

Dear Sir, — The Minister of Agriculture wishes to place on his permanent staff certain Extra 

Clerks, and refers me to an Order in Council of 17th June, 1878, giving 3rd Class Clerks $730 per annum. 

Will you be good enough to inform me whether I can authorize the pay-list, amended as the 

Order in Council declares it may be, when the Civil Service Act apparently prevents the payment of 

more than six hundred aud fifty dollars per annum to a 3rd Class Clerk. 

1 am, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 
Hon. R. Laflamme, J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Minister of Justice. Auditor- General 



(Copy.) Ottawa, 7th October, 1878. 

Sir.— Re Clerks in Department of Agriculture. As I understand the circumstance of the case 
mentioned to me by you, and as I happened to be in the House last Session when the matter was dis- 
cussed, I recollect them clearly ; they are a3 follows : — 

Objpction was taken by the Hon. Mr. Pope, I think, to so large a vote for contingencies of the 
Department of Agriculture as had been asked for. It was explained by Mr. Cartwright that a numberof 
Extra Clerks had to be paid out of that vote, and I think the amount of their salaries was mentioned. 
These cleiks had been required for some time previously, and it was stated that they would continue 
to be required. The suggestion was then made that they should be placed on the permanent staff, and 
the amount required for their salaries transferred from the vote for contingencies to that for the staff. 
This was agreed to by Mr. Cartwright, and was doGe in that way, appearing in the estimates. I see by 
Mr. C's. note to Mr. Simpson's memorandum of 25th June, 1878, that the word "extra" used in the 
estimate, was used as meaning " additional." The facts, however, shortly, are that Parliament voted 
$6,000 fur the Extra Clerks in the Department, and an Order in Council has been passed making the 
same gentlemen who had formerly been employed as Extra Clerks Permanent Clerks, ai the same salary 
they bad been receiving since they were employed. Under these circumstances, 1 think you are fully 
justified in paying them the $730 per annum, and the fact that they are made clerks of the third class 
should not alter their rights. 

Your obedient servant, 

Z. A. LASH, 

Deputy Minister of Justice. 
To the'Auditor-General, 



38 



Appropriation Accounts Jor Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

Civil Government — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES. 

Vote $26,000. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



1 Deputy Head 

1 Commissioner of Fisheries , 

1 Chief Clerk 

1 General Superintendent of Lights, etc a 

3 1st Class Clerks 

3 Senior 2nd Class Clerks b 

5 Junior 2nd do e 

3 3rd Class Clerks d 

2 Messengers ~ 

Secretary e 



1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic., cap. 31 



Grant. 



% cts. 

3,200 00 ! 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
5,100 00 
3,750 00 
4.650 00 
2,100 00 
800 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Grant. 


More than 
Grant. 


$ cts. 

3,200 00 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 
2,100 00 
5,100 00 
3,588 74 
5,795 ee 
1,300 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 












100 00 


iii'S 

'""800 00 


*" 1, 145 6*6* 


1 800 00 




I 257 19 




257 19 



26,000 00 
7,000 00 



33,000 00 



26,541 59 
6,962 36 

33,503 95 



961 26 



Expenditure more than estimated. 



1,502 85 



503 95 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J, Patterson. 



39 



REMARKS. 

a. Under estimated. 

b. Mr. Pettigrew, who had been suspended during the month of June, was 
restored to his position from 6th July by Order in Council, September, 1878 ; his 
salary for that month was therefore not paid to him, but refunded to the credit of 
the Receiver-G-eneral,and, through inadvertence of Finance Department, deducted from 
the amount stated in the amounts of 1878-9. 

c. Mr, Chisholm, promoted from 3rd December, 1878, by Order in Council, 
9th January, 1879, and Mr. Pope, appointed from 3rd December by Order in Council, 
13th December, 1878. Mr. Pope is also Private Secretary at $300 per annum. 

d. Only two paid in this class. 

e. Not estimated under this head. 

/. Sir Albert Smith retired on the 16th Octobei, and Hon. Mr. Pope succeeded 
him on the 19th of the same month. 



40 



RECAPITULATION. 



Service. 



Governor-General's Secretary's Office 

Privy Council Office 

Department of Justice , 

Militia and Defence 

Secretary of State 

Interior 

Receiver-General 

Finance , .... 

Treasury Board 

Auditor-General's Office -. .« 

Department of Customs 

Inland Revenue 

Public Works 

Post Office 

Agriculture 

Marine and Fisheries 

To meet the possible amount required for new 
appointments by an extension of the staff, or 
any other change 



Expenditure less than estimated.. 



Grant, 



$ cts. 

8,700 00 
15,300 00 
16,150 00 
36,450 00 
35,120 00 
45,720 00 
20,180 00 
51,100 00 

4,100 00 

Nil. 
29,200 00 
26,767 50 
49,780 00 
88,150 00 
35,340 00 
26,000 00 



10,000 00 



498,057 50 



Expenditure 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



$ cts. 

8,437 80 
15,068 19 
15,293 70 
35,884 93 
33,155 73 
47,853 60 

2,991 53 
48,268 34 

2,799 98 
14,754 10 
29,229 12 
26,062 47 
44,516 95 
88.528 91 
32,333 00 



Nil. 



471 719 94 



Less than 
Grant. 



$ cts. 

262 20 
231 81 
856 30 
565 07 
1,964 27 



More than 
Gran . 



17,188 47 
2,831 66 
1,300 02 


705 03 
5,263 05 



3,007 00 



10,000 00 



44,174 88 



26,337 56 



$ CIS. 



2,133 60 



14,754 10 
29 12 



378 91 



17,837 32 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



41 



It will be remarked that the following sections of 31st Vic., cap. 34, so far us 
they govern the salaries of civil servants, have not been observed, viz. : 

7. A probationary clerk shall enter the service at a salary of three hundred 
dollars per annum, and shall serve in that capacity and at that rate of salary for at 
least one year before being eligible for permanent appointment as a third class clerk. 

9. A third class clerk shall receive a salary of four hundred dollars for his first 
years' service as such, and may thereafter have an annual increase of fifty dollars per 
annum, until his salary is six hundred and fifty dollars per annum, but he shall not 
be eligible for promotion into the second class until after five years' service in the 
third class. 

10. A junior second class clerk shall receive a salary of seven hundred dollars 
for his first years' service as such, and may thereafter have an annual increase of 
fifty dollars per annum until his salary is one thousand dollars per annu-n, but he 
shall not be eligible for promotion into the senior second class until after five years' 
service in the junior second class ; a senior second class clerk shall receive a salary 
of one thousand one hundred dollars for his first years' service as such, and may have 
an annual increase of fifty dollars per annum until his salary is one thousand four 
hundred dollars per annum; but he shall be eligible for promotion into the first class 
at any period of his service in the senior second class. 

11. A first class clerk shall receive a salary of not less than one thousand two 
hundred dollars per annum, and may have an annual increase of fifty 
dollars per annum, until his salary is one thousand eight hundred dollars per 
annum. But if any clerk promoted into the first class has, at the time of such promotion, 
a higher salary than one thousand two hundred dollars per annum, he shall continue 
to receive such salary until by length of service in the first class he has a right to 
that amount as a first class clerk, from which time he shall receive the annual 
increase until his salary is one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum ; a first 
class clerk shall be eligible for promotion at any period of his service in the first 
olass. 

19. No extra clerk shall, except under an Order in Council, be employed in any 
Department unless for a period not exceeding one month, for which he may be paid 
at a rate not exceeding one dollar and fifty cents per diem, out of the contingencies 
of the Department, on the certificate of the head or deputy head thereof; except 
only that if such extra clerk be an accountant, a book-keeper, or a person of special 
attainments, and employed as such, he may be paid at a rate not exceeding four 
dollars per diem. But an extra clerk may, under an Order in Council made on the 
application and report of the head of the Department, that the same is requisite, be 
employed for a longer period than one month, but not exceeding six months, and he 
shall, during such period, be borne on the pay list of the Department ; after the end 
of the six months, such extra clerk shall only be retained in the Department as a 
probationary clerk, if nominated, examined, and appointed as such in the manner 
required by this Act; but if so appointed, the time during which he has served as an 
extra clerk may be counted in his service as probationary clerk. 

20. No allowance or compensation shall be made for any extra service whatsoever 
which any officer or clerk may be required to perform in the Department to which 
he belongs. 



42 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOlh June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES. 

Sub-vote $15,000 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Governor General's Secretary's Office. 


Grant. 


Expendi- 
ture. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Les3 than 
Grant. 

% cts. 


More than 
Grant. 


Subscription to and advertising in newspapers 

Purchase of books ot reference, maps, &c 


% cts. 
15,000 00 


% cts. 

1,089 49 
339 51 

4,137 42 
639 94 

'"8,Sii "i'i 

133 00 
140 07 
62 00 
436 6b" 
907 62 

673 81 

395 09 

18 00 


$ cts. 


Telegraphing 

Postages, freight and express charges a 

"Wages of charwomen, and other expenses clean- 
ing offices 

Travelling expenses, including cab-hire b 

Extra Clerks 














do Work 






do Messenger f 

Petty expenses c 

Stationery from Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 

binding , 










Stationery, other than from office d 

Printing do do e 






Ice 






Engraving 








Orderlies, and their uniforms 




967 84 

14 00 

119 41 

18,744 92 




Supernumerary Policeman employed at Rideau 

Hall g 

Royal Standard and other flags h 










15,000 00 








3,744 92 







I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



43 



REMARKS. 

a. Id this amount is included express charges on medals. 

b. In this amount is included $5,000 to Lord Dufferin; 83,895 to Administrator, 
Secretary, and suite ; $711 for special trains; $237, board at Quebec for Colonel 
IJittleton and servants. 

c. In this amount is included engraving on medals. 

d. For stationery obtained outside of Stationery Office. 

e. For printing obtained outside of Queen's Printer's Office. 

/. Of this amount $31, or one months pf.y, was as a gratuity without authority, 
and seems not a proper charge against contingencies. 

g. Not a proper contingent charge. 

h. Should have been charged to Public Works Department under 31 Victoria, 
chapter 35, section 2. 

Below is the explanation of the causes for the expenditure of the office being 
greater than the estimates. 

(Copy) 

Ottawa, December, 1879. 

Sir, — With reference to your circular letter of the 10th November, requesting 
me to furnish you with information for the Parliament of the Dominion, regarding 
the expenditure in this office on contingent account for the year ending 30th June, 
1879, I have the honour to state that for several years past the expenditure has 
invariably exceeded the Legislative grant, owing to the vote being less than the sum 
applied for. 

With respect to the year to which you have drawn my attention, I may state 
that some of the items are exceptional in their character, arising from a change of 
Government during the absence of Governor General from Ottawa, the retirement 
of Lord Dufferin, who was succeeded by an Administrator, and the appointment of 
a new Governor General, all within first live months of the fiscal year, causing an 
increase in many of the usual items of expenditure. 

I may observe, with regard to the item for telegrams, that a considerable portion 
of that sum is properly chargeable to other offices at whose instance they were sent, 
or to unforeseen expenses. 

I am further to state that the expenditure during seven twelfths ( T 7 ¥ ) of the 
year t. e. the first part of the administration of the present Governor General has- 
not exceeded the proportion of the $15,000, voted by Parliament. 
I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your most obedient servant, 

F. DE WINTON, Major E.A., 

Governor General's Secretary. 
The Auditor General. 

Note. — Huch charge? a9 appear irregular in the above noted expenditure, with the exception of 
that marked/, were made before the Audit Act came into operation, or before the provisions affecting 
those charges were understood. 



44 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//i June, 1879 — Continued 

VOTE— CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES. 
Sub-vote. $4,000 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote 



Privy Council. 



Grant. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Expenditure 
compared witn Grant. 



Subscription to and advertising in newspapers 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, &c a 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight and express charges .. 

Wages of charwomen and other expenses for clean- 
ing offices 

Travelling expenses, including cab hire ,. b 

Extra Clerks 

do Work. 

do Messenger 

Petty expenses c 

Stationery from Stationery office 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 

binding 

Stationery, other than from Office 

Printing do do 

Ice , 



% cts. 
4,000 00 



$ cts. 

760 45 

212 84 

56 48 

58 10 



Less than 
Granted. 



I More than 
j Granted. 



Engraving d 



4,000 00 



781 37 
337 50 

5 00 
181 00 
734 00 
196 37 

372 38 

3 00 

13 00 

6 30 
5 00 

3,722 79 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



277 21 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 



45 



REMARKS. 



a. In this amount is included stationery purchased without reference to the 
stationery office. 

b. In this amount are included disbursements incident on swearing in of thfr 
Ministry at Quebec and Montreal, and with reference to this item, I have to remark 
that there has been no tariff or other regulation made by Council governing the 
travelling expenses of Ministers. I have assumed that the reason for this is, that a 
Minister must be subject to expenses not easily defined, and has a place in Parliament 
from which explanations can be given when his expenditure is thought to be excessive. 
I have therefore not drawn the attention of the Honourable the Treasury Board to 
the absence of directions to me on the subject. 

c. In this amount are disbursements of Clerk Privy Council attending swearing 
in of Ministry at Quebec and Montreal. 

d. Does not appear to be a proper charge on contingencies. 



46 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 3Qth June, 18*79— Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES. 
Sub-vote $5,000 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted lor Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 18^79, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Justice. 



Subpcription to and advertising in newspapers.... 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, etc a 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight and express charges 

Wages of charwomen and other expenses cleaning 

offices 

Travelling expenses, including cab-hire 

Extra Clerks 

u work 

li Messenger... , 

Petty expenses. 

Stationery frcm Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer, printing, priming-paper and 

binding , 

Stationery, other than from office 

Printing* " " 

Ice 



Engraving b 

Extra allowance during session to P. Lynch, Mes- 
senger c 

Carpet (Shoclbred & Co.) d 



Penitentiaries Branch. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
5,000 00 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



1,750 00 



Subscriptions to and advertising in newspapers.... 

Purchase of books of referen ce, maps, etc 

Telegraphing 

Travelling expenses, includingcab-hire a 

Petty expenses 

Stationery from Stationery Office 

Queen's Primer, printing, printing-paper and 

binding. 

Extra work 

Ice 



Special Report (J. S. O'Parrell) r 



6,750 00 



$ cts. 

404 57 
319 97 
600 72 
131 98 



27 00 



50 00 
75 40 



18 00 
3 00 

124 98 
1,190 33 

2 00 
85 96 

35 07 

19 44 

3 15 

20 00 



Less than 
Granted. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ Ct3.l $ ct8. 



292 


4:-? 


953 49 


106 


23 


48 


75 


176 60 


474 71 


261 


59 


2 


10 


16 55 


7 


15 



5,454 17 1.295 83 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



47 



REMARKS. 



a. In this amount is included stationery obtained outside of Stationery Office. 

b. Not a proper charge on contingencies. 

c. Paid to a salaried officer of Department, See 31 Vic, cap. 34, Section 20. 

d. Should have been charged to Public Works Department, Rents and Repairs, 
under 31 Vic, cap. 35, Section 2. 

Below is the explanation of the cause, as given by the "office, for the variation of 
the expenditure from the grant. 

(Copy.) 

Ottawa. 25th November, 1879. 

Sir, — In answer to your circular respecting the difference between the authorized 
and the actual expenditure upon contingencies of this Department, I have the honour 
to make the following remarks : — 

The Vote was $5,000 00 

Expenditure 3,952 24 

Amount expended less than Vote $1,047 76 

Penitentiaries Branch. 

Vote $1,750 00 

Expenditure 1,501 93 

Amount expended less than Vote $248 07 

I can only say that by careful management the actual expenditure has been kept 
as it is. 

. Yours obediently, 

Z. A. LASH, 

L eputy Minister Justice* 
J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor- General. 



Penitentiaries Branch. 

a. In this amount is included travelling expenses of officers on inspection in the 
Provinces of Manitoba and British Columbia. 

b. Should have been charged to Miscellaneous Justice. 



48 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 2>§th June, 18*79 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES. 

Sub-vote $6,000 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contingen- 
cies, for the year ended 30th June, 1879, shewing the surplus or deficit 
upon each sub-head of Vot 



Militia and Defence. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Grant. | Expenditure 



Subscription to and advertising in newspapers.. 

Purchase ot books of reference, maps, &c 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight nnd express charges. v 

Wages of charwomen and other expenses cleaning 

offices 

Travelling expenses, including cab hire 

Extra Clerks 

do work 

do Messenger 

Petty expenses 

Stationery from Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 

binding ...., 

Stationery other than from office 

Printing do 

Jce 



$ cts. 

6,000 00 



Engraving , b 

Extra allowance to Private Secretary c 

Clock .' d 

Fire blowers. ., e 



6,000 00 



$ cts. 

769 43 
4^5 18 
273 62 
113 66 

24 00 

269 10 

1,378 50 

61 60 



27 10 
463 24 

685 65 
16 00 
19 00 
12 60 
78 00 

150 00 
31 00 
16 76 



4,854 44 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



1,145 56 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
js correct. 

J. L. McJDOUaALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



49 



REMARKS. 



d and e should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Vic, ' cap. 
34, Section 2. 

b. Not a proper charge on contingencies. 

c. No authority given, and against 31 Yic, cap 35, Section 20. 

Below is the explanation of the Department for the variation of the expenditure 
from the grant: — 

(Copy.) 

Ottawa, 13th November, 1879. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge receipt of your communication of the 10th inst., in 
which you call my attention to the expenditure for contingencies during the last 
fiscal year, and in which you state that reasons are required for the difference when 
the expenditure is less than the appropriation, as well as when it is more than the 
appropriation. The expenditure for contingencies is $1,145.56 below the estimate. 
I beg to say that this result is due to the strictest economy, which has prevailed in 
the Department during the past year. 

CHAS. EUG. PANET, D.M., M. & D. 

To the Auditor-Generai. 



\ 



%Or— 4 



50 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES— Co^mwerf. 

Sub-vote $9,000.00 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Secretary of State. 



Subscription to and advertising in newspapers- 
Purchase of' books of reference, maps., &c , 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight and express charges 

Wages of charwomen, and other expenses clean- 
ing offices 

Travelling expenses, including cab-hire 

Extra Cleiks (16) - 

do Work - 

do Messenger 

Petty expenses , ... 

Stationery from Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 
bidding 

Stationery, other than from office 

PriDting do do 

Ice 



Engraving a 

Wire-screens.. c 

Water-cooler d 

Extra services (B. J. Morgan) e 

do do - / 

Porter, Queen's Printer's Office g 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
9,000 00 



9,000 00 



Expendi- 
ture. 



$ cts. 

953 21 
143 51 
475 96 
499 71 



116 80 
4,049 96 
211 59 
65 00 
138 00 
522 82 

831 23 



90 00 

9 45 

178 50 

11 04 

17 50 

100 00 

200 00 

365 00 



8,979 28 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



20 72 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

A uditor- General. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



51 



REMARKS. 

a. Not a proper charge on contingencies. 

c, smdd. Should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Yic, cap. 
35, Sec. 2. 

eand/. No authority given, and against 31 Vic. cap. 34, Sec. 20, Mr* Morgan 
being a permanent employee of this Department. 

g. A per diem allowance. 






5a-4£ 



52 



L* 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30/A June, 18*79 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES— Co»fo»«ed. 

Sub-vote $8,000.00 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 18*79, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Interior. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Subscription to and advertising in newspapers 


$ cts. 
8,000 00 


$ cts. 

502 32 

327 38 

1,418 38 

407 10 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Purchase of books of reference, maps, etc 






Telegraphing 






Postages, freight and express charges. 

Wages of charwomen ana otker expenses cleaning 
offices. 






Travelling expenses, including cab hire 

Extra Clerks 




132 75 

2,136 33 

16 75 

587 50 

410 69 

1,383 18 

805 71 

6 75 

78 30 

12 60 

168 25 
43 35 
70 00 

100 00 




do Work 


















Stationery fro^» Station ry Office ..<.....• 






Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper andj 
binding 






*>tationerv, other than from office 






Printing do do 






Ice w 


- 








Binding e 

Engraving Indian address « 

Special services (J. Hurlbert) / 














8,000 00 


8,607 34 




607 34 









I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General, 



Examined, 
John B. 



Simpson. 



53 



REMARKS. 



a. Not a proper charge on contingencies. 

c. Outside of contract. 

d. Contrary to 31 Vic, cap 34, Sec 19. 

e. These addresses were presented by Indians to Governor-Gen eral, and should b* 
charged to Indian Fund, if at all a proper charge against the Government, 

f. No explanation is given of the nature of the service, and the charge does not 
appear a proper one against contingencies. 

Below is the explanation of the Department of variation between expenditure 
and grant : 

(Copy.) 

Ottawa, 24th November, 13*79. 

Sim-Referring to your letter of the 10th instant, respecting the excess of expen- 
diture over appropriation in the matter of the <^»S en ^ 
during the financial year last past, I regret not to be able to furnish you any«pto 
ation "satisfactory to myself or which would be satisfactory ^ /ou J[ oa^only 
remark that, as you are aware, the Department consists of * ?™ b ^^ 
business in each of which is rapidly increasing, and it is q^ite impossible ^ estimate 
with any degree of accuracy the sum which would be required to meet contingent 
expenses for the year in advance ; this is the only -explanation I .can n ^- 

* I may add that in consequence of the great increase o fb . M1 ^™S 
especially in the Indian and Dominion Lands Branches taken in J ^ n £*^™ 
the fact that the estimate for contingencies for the current financial ^.T e f ^ e e ~ 
by Parliament to $6,000, we will require to ask for a considerable supplementary 
estimate to carry us through to the 30th June next. 

Believe me, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. S. DENNIS, 
Deputy of the Minister of Interior. 

The Auditor-General, 

&c, <fec., &c 



54 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOlhJ une* 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Sub-vote $3,000.00 

Accounts of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 





Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Receiver-General. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 




$ cts. 
3,000 00 


$ cts. 

391 20 

53 50 

307 48 

4 37 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


Purchase of books of reference,"maps, etc a 










Postages, freight and express charges 






Wages of charwomen and other expenses clean- 
ing offices , 






Travelling expenses, including cab-hire 

Extra Clerks 




















31 00 
76 35 
26 84 




Petty expenses 






Stationery, from Stationery Office...- 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing-paper and 






Stationery, other than from office 








Printing tl tl 












6 30 










Fire-blowers c 

Special services b 




4 50 
200 00 






3,000 00 


1,101 54 


1,898 46 





I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- GeneraL 
Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



55 



REMARKS. 

One Months' Expenditure. 

a. For stationery obtained outside of Stationery Office. 

c. Should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Victoria, 
chapter 35, section 2. 

b. Authority not quoted. 
Note. — See explanation by Deputy Minister of Finance. 



56 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Sub-vote $11,250.00 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contingen- 
cies, ior the year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit 
upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Finance Department. 



Subscription to and advertising in newspapers. 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, &c... a 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight and express charges 

Wages of charwomen, and other expenses cleaning 
offices 

Travelling expenses, including cab-hire 

Extra Clerks 

do work b 

do Messenger 

Petty expenses 

Stationery from Stationery Office. 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 
binding ,.... 

Stationery other than from office 

Printing do do 

I^e 




Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



Engraving c 

Furniture d 

Gas-stand f 

Clock g\ 

Water-cooler h 



11,250 00 



2,084 23 

2 00 

765 45 

6 30 

57 00 

116 00 

12 05 

10 00 

11 00 



12,676 20 



1,426 2i, 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions anA 
is correct 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



57 



REMARKS. 



a. In this amount is included a charge for stationery obtained without reference 
to the Stationery Office. 

b. Some of this is in contravention of 31 Vic, cap. 34, sec. 20. 

c. Not a proper charge on contingencies. 

d. f, g, and h. Should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Vic. 
cap. 35, sec. 2. 

Below is the departmental explanation of variations between expenditure and 
grant. 

(Copy.) 

Ottawa, 17th November, 1879. 

Sir, — I am in receipt of your letter of the 10th instant, on the subject of the 
expenditure for the contingencies of the Finance Department for the fiscal year end- 
ing 30th June last, and requesting an explanation of the excess of the expenditure 
over the estimate. 

In reply thereto, I have the honour to state that the excess was made up through 
the increased charge for stationery and printing, caused by the reorganization of the 
Depatment, which necessitated the printing of several sets of new books and forms, 
but on the other hand, I beg to call your attention to _the fact that the expenditure 
for contingencies of the late Department of the Beceiver-General and Treasury Board 
was considerably under the amount sanctioned by Parliament ; taking the three 
offices together, the total expenditure was less than the total sums voted. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J.*M. COURTNEY, 

Deputy Minister of Finance. 

The^ Audi tor-General, &c, &c. 



58 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1 879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVEENMENT— CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Sub-vote $ 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Auditor-General — Eleven Months. 



Subscription to and advertising in newspapers 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, etc., 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight and express charges 

Wages of charwomen and other expenses clean- 
ing offices « 

Travelling expenses, including cab hire 

Extra Clerks 

do Work 

do Messenger .. 

Petty expenses 

Stationery from Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 
binding 

Stationery, other than from office 

Printing do do 

Ice 

Engraving 6 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 

87 50 

7 00 

178 53 

42 72 



1,182 00 



50 00 
456 72 

357 89 



128 80 



2,491 16 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



59 



REMARKS. 



One Month's Expenditure. 

a. No special appropriation made for the Auditor-General's Office. 

b. Not a proper charge on contingencies. 

Note. — See explanation from Deputy-Minister of Finance. 



00 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT- -CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Sub-vote $16,000.00 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contingen- 
cies, for the year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit 
upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Customs. 



Subscription to and advertising in newspapers .. 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, &c a 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight and express charges 

Wages of charwomen, and other expenses cleaning 

offices 

Travelling expenses, including cab-hire 

Extra Clerks 

do work b 

do Messenger 

Petty expenses 

Stationery from Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 

binding 

Stationery other than from office 

Printing do do 

Ice , 



Grant. [Expenditure 



% cts. 
16,000 00 



$ cts. 

3,436 84 
356 43 

1,364 97 
108 77 



Engraving 

Allowance to Private Secretary i 

Seals, press, dies and stamp c 

Screen d 

Repairing clock e 

Water-cooler f 

Fire-blowers g 

Looking-glasses h 



16,000 00 



609 15 
1,972 25 

155 50 
32 50 

244 08 
1,142 08 

3,541 10 

6 90 

66 55 

6 30 



299 99 
340 75 

4 50 

5 30 
7 00 

6 50 
18 15 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



% cts, 



More than 
Granted. 



$ eta. 



13,725 61 2,274 39 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions an 
is correct. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



61 



REMARKS. 



a. Printing and engraving included in the amount. Tho printing should have 
been done through the Queen's Printer. The engraving not a proper charge on 
•ontingencies. 

b. A portion of this expenditure against Civil Service Act, Section 20. 

c. Not a proper charge on contingencies. 

d. e,f, g and h should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Vic, 
cap. 35, Section 2. 

i. No authority quoted, and against 31 Vic, cap. 34, Section 20. 

Below is the Departmental explanation for variation between grant and expend i 
ture : — 

" U ° P>,) Ottawa, 12th December, 1879. 

Sir,— Adverting to your favour of the 10th ult,. re Departmental contingencies, 
I have the honour to state in reply thereto, that the difference between the appro- 
priation for the years 1878-9 of $16,000, and the actual expenditure, $13,725.61, was 
caused by: 1st, an unexpected saving in the expenditure for advertizing, in consequence 
of the resumption of specie payments in the United States, which rendered no longer 
necessary the weekly notices of authorized discount on United States invoices,whereby 
an amount in round numbers of $4,000 expected expenditure was saved; 2nd, on the 
other hand, the charges in the tariff during the year necessitated an unanticipated 
increase of expenditure for stationery, forms, books, printing, &c, of about $2,000. 
Other items ol a trivial nature, which necessarily fluctuate from year to year, to cover 
which no specific calculation is or can be made when making estimates, have been 
somewhat less during the year in question than usual, thus accounting for the balance 
of saving effected. 

I am, Sir, 

Yours &c, 

J. JOHNSON, 

Commissioner of Customs. 

J. L. McDougall, Esq., 
Auditor- General. 






62 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30M June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES- Continued. 

Sub-vote $10,000.00 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Inland Revenue. 



Grant. 



Subscription to and advertising in newspapers . ... 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, &c 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight and express charges 

Wages of charwomen, and other expenses clean- 
ing offices - 

Travelling expenses, including cab-hire 

Extra Clerks .... 

do Work 

do Messenger , 

Petty expenses 

•Stationery from Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 
binding 

Stationery, other than from office 

Printing, do do 

Ice 



Expendi- 
ture. 



$ cts. 
10,000 00 



Engraving and printing.. a 

Repairing clocks, &c c 

Frames d 

Gas-lighter and tapes e 

Allowance to Private Secretary J 



$ cts.' 

409 05 

426 15 

760 76 

85 40 



676 60 

3,923 00 

24 00 



240 88 
523 45 



1,050 62 



3 15 
76 88 

6 75 

4 00 
2 75 

175 00 



8,388 44 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



More than 
Granted 



$ eta. 



1,611 56 



I certify that this account has-been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



63 



REMARKS. 



a. Not u proper charge on contingencies. 

c, d, and e. Should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Vic, 
cap. 35, Section 2 ; though in c is a charge of $1.50 for repairing a sword that cannot 
•be a charge on contingencies. 



f. No authority quoted and against 31 Vic, cap. 34, Section 20 

Bel 
x l 

5opy.) 



Below is the explanation of the^Dcpartment for the difference between the grant 
md xpenditure : — 



Ottawa, 14th November, 1819. 

Sir,— I am in receipt of your letter of the 10th instant, asking for explanations 
as to the difference between the amount of Departmental contingencies estimated for 
the service for 1878-9, and the amount actually expended, which is $1,591.12 less 
than the estimates. 

1st. In reply, I beg to inform you that the Departmental contingencies, as well 
as the outdoor contingencies, are of a nature which it is impossible to estimate with 
accuracy. It sometimes happens that larger quantities of supplies are required than 
can be foreseen — sometimes less quantities ; so also with reference to special assistance, 
which materially depends upon the amount of business done, and this cannot always 
be foreseen. 

2nd. It has always been the wish of this Department to keep within its estimates, 
and whenever it has been considered prudent to lessen the amount asked for as 
compared with previous years, it has done so. 

3rd. Under all the circumstances, I do not consider the difference between the 
amount asked for and the amount that was necessary at all unreasonable. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

A. BKUNEL, 

Commissioner* 

J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General. 



64 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT- CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Sub-vote $110,000.00 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Public Works 



| Grant. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than More than 
Granted. Granted. 



$ cts. $ cts. 



Subscriptions to and advertising in newspapers... 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, &c a 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight, and express charges 

Wages of charwomen and other expenses cleaning 

offices 

Travelling expenses, including cab-hire 

Extra Clerks 

do work 

do Messenger , 

Petty expenses 

Stationery from Stationery Office 

Qneen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 

binding 

Stationery, other than from office 

Printing do do b 

Ice d 

Engraving, stamps and printing.. c 



10,000 00 



1,000 69 
883 22 

1,824 40 
408 65 



% cts. 



cts. 



50 00 
696 92 
129 50 



490 71 
3,885 41 

2,910 67 

8 13 

166 68 

26 35 

264 95 



10,000 00 



12,746 28 



2,746 28 



I certify ,that this account has been examined under my directions 
and is correct. 

J. L. McDOCJGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



65 



REMARKS. 



a. In this amount is included a small charge for stationery, obtained without 
reference to Stationery Office. 

b. Printing should be obtained through Queen's Printer. 

c. Not a proper charge on contingencies. 

d. Should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Victoria, chapter 
35 section 2. 

Below is the Departmental explanation for the excess of expenditure over grant* 

(Copy) 

Department of Eailways and Canals, 

Ottawa, December 16th, 18T9. 
g rR} — In reply to your letter of the 10th ultimo, calling attention to a certain 
excess of expenditure over the sum voted for contingencies, in the Department of 
Public Works, dining the past fiscal year, and requesting explanation I have the 
honour to state that such excess ot expenditure has been rendered necessary by the 
formation of the Department of Eailways and Canals, which has entailed extra 
disbursements to meet the requirements arising out of the change. 

1 have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) F. BKAUN, 

Secretary. 
J. L. McDouhall, Esq., 
Auditor- General. 



ba — 5 



66 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Sub-vote $30,000.00 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contingen- 
cies, for the ^Tear ended 30th June, 1879. Showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Post Office Department. 



Subscription to, and advertising iv newspapers.. .. 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, &c a 

Telegraphing . 

Postages, freight and express charges 

Wages of charwomen and other expenses 
cleaning offices b 

Travelling: expenses, including cab hire 

Extra Clerks c 

do work d 

do Messengers and form packers h 

Petty expenses 

Stationery from Stationery Office .... 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and bind- 
ing 

Stationery, other than from office 

Printing do do 

Ice 



Grant. 



$ cts, 



30,000 00 



Engraving e 

Gratuities to telegraph boys J 

Gaa tubing, lump shades, letter boxes, water 

coolers, &c j 

Clocks k 

Special allowance to W. White, Secretary I 

Extra allowance to Messengers m 



30,000 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 



1,586 81 

3,007 18 

1,131 01 

439 65 

974 22 

891 07 

8,831 00 

1,196 00 

4,665 63 

161 90 

2,719 52 

6,916 59 



12 60 
8 00 
8 00 

222 52 

6 45 

500 00 

133 98 



33,412 13 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



3,412 13 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



67 



REMARKS. 



a. In this amount is included a charge for stationery obtained without reference 
to the Stationery Office, and $2,635.50 for postal guides : the former against an Order 
in Council, the latter not a proper charge against contingencies. 

b. Should be charged to Departments generally, though there is an Order in 
Council of an early date permitting this Department to make this disbursement. 

c. d, and h. Some of this charge against 3t Vic, cap. 34, Sec.19. 

e and f. Not a proper charge against contingencies. 

j, and k. Should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Vic, cap. 
34, Sec. 2. 

h. Contrary to 31 Yic, cap. 34, Sec. 19. 

I. See note. Civil Government — Salaries of this Department. 

m. Contrary to 31 Yic, cap. 34, Sec 20. 

Below is the Departmental explanation for the excess of expenditure over grant: 

(Copy.) 

Post Office Department, 

Ottawa, 15th December, 1879. 

Sir, — In reply to your letter of November 10th, calling the attention of the Post- 
master General to the expenliture on contingencies for the year ended 30th June, 
1879 — which you state exceeds the appropriation by a sum of $3,412.13, I am to say 
that the Postmaster General, upon looking into the details of the expenditure, finds 
that the excess appears to have arisen from the very largo outlay for extra clerk?, 
during the last fis :al year, and he has taken measures to prevent any such excess of 
expenditure during the current fiscal year. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

W. WHITE, 

Secretary. 

J. L. McDougall, 

Auditor- General 



5 a— 5J 



GS 



Appropriation Accounts Jor Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES— Con tinned. 

Sub-vote $8,000.00 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Agriculture. 



Grant. 



% cts. 
:,000 00 



Subscription to and advertising in newspapers .. 
Purchase of books of reference, maps, &c .... a 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight and express charges I 

Wages of charwomen, and other expenses clean-j 

ing offices 

Travelling expenses, including cab-hire 

Extra Clerks 

do Work I 

do Messenger J 

Petty expenses ' 

Stationery from Stationery Office I 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 

binding 

Stationery, other than from office 

Printing and binding, other than from office 

Ice , 



Engraving, stamping machines and printing . b 

Repairs to clocks d 

Bronze door-handle e 

Frames / 

Special services, R. J. Gibbs g 

Portraits h 

Hardware, tinware, and water-cooler j 

Two Model-keepers k 

One Draughtsman I 



Expendi- 
ture. 



$ cts. 

715 53 
371 70 
643 79 
814 47 

986 38 

17 50 

2,601 50 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant 



Less than 
Granted. 



cts. 



410 04 
825 58 

1,961 53 

121 15 

21 25 

18 90 
318 50 

5 95 
1 60 

19 75 
100 00 

10 00 

28 60 

912 50 

548 00 



8,000 00 



11,454 22 



More than 
Granted. 



cts. 



3,454 22 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor' General. 



69 



REMARKS. 



a. In this amount is included stationery obtained outside oi Stationery Office. 

b and h. Not proper charges on contingencies. 

e, fandj. Should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Victoria 
chapter 34, section 2. 

g. Not a proper charge'on contingencies. 

k and I. Contrary to 31 Victoria, chapter 34, section 19. 

Below is the Departmental explanation for the variation between grant and 
expenditure. 

(Copy) 

Ottawa, 11th December, 1879. 

Sir, — In reply to the circular of the 10th ultimo, respecting Departmental 
contingencies for 1878-9, I have the honour to state that the excess of expenditure 
over the vote for the contingent expenses of the Department of Agriculture, is 
owing to the fact that although partial measures have been taken towards complet- 
ing the working staff of the Department, it is still necessary to constantly employ 
extra clerks. The contingencies otherwise are within the vote. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. C. TACHti, 

Deputy Minister. 

The Auditor-General, 
&c, &c. 









70 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Sub-vote $9,000.00 

Accounts of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Marine and Fisheries. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


a ■ 
More than 
Granted. 


Subscription to and advertising in newspapers 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, &c. ..... a 

Telegraphing 


$ cts. 
9,000 00 


$ cts. 

1,741 43 
132 51 

1,254 87 
408 75 

"'464 "55" 

2,917 25 

290 00 

75*00' 

842 61 

1,794 76 

1 25 

23 45 

3 15 

279 81 

1 50 


% cts. 


$ cts. 






Postages, freight and express charges 






Wages of charwomen and other expenses cleaning 
offices 






Travelling expenses, including cab hire 




Extra Clerks 






do work b 






do Messenger 

Pettv expenses , 






Stationery from Station erv Office 






Queen's Printer, printing, print ng paper an 1 
binding 






Stationery other than from office 






Printing do do 






Ice. 






Engraving, stamps and printing 






Repairing , , c 










\ 


9,000 00 


10,230 89 




1,230 89 









I certify that this account has been examined under my directions^and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

John|B. Simpson, 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General . 



n 



REMARKS. 



a. In this amount is included stationery obtained without reference to the 
Stationery Office. 

b. A portion of this contrary to 31 Yic, cap. 34, Section 20. 

c. Should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Vie, cap. 35, 
Section 2. 

Boiow are two letters that will explain themselves :— 

(Copy.) 

Ottawa, 13th December, 18*79. 

Sir, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 10th 
ultimo, calling my attention to the amount expended by this Department in excess 
of the estimates for contingencies during the past fiscal year, and in reply, I beg to 
inform you the Department submitted no estimate for the expenditure referred to 
during the period above named, the sum placed in the estimates being allotted by the 
Finance Department. 

I am, Sir, 

I Your obedient servant, 

Wm. SMITH, 
Deputy-Minister of Marine, &c. 
J. L. McDougall, Esq., 
Auditor-General. 



(Copy.) 

Ottawa, 13th December, 1879. 

Sir, — With reference to the letter of this day's date, from the Deputy- Minister of 
Marine and Fisheries, returned herewith, although, upon examination ot the manuscript 
I cannot find any document showing the amount required for their contingencies, I 
am confident that the sum voted would not have been placed in the estimates without 
authority, either from Council or tne Honourable the Minister of Marine. 

I may mention that the estimates of the Department of Marine for the year 
referred to appear to have been sent in in a very irregular manner and piecemeal. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. M. COUKTNEY, 

Deputy -Minister of Finance. 
J. L. McDougall, Esq., 
Auditor-General, 



Appro print ion Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIVIL GOV 11NMENT— CONTINGENCIES- Corc/mw^. 

Sub-vote $1,000.0 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub -head of Vote. 



Treasury Board. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Subscription to and advertising in newspapers. 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, &c. 

Telegraphing. 

Postages, freight, and express charges. 

Wages of charwomen and other expenses cleaning 

offices. 
Travelling expenses, including cab hire. 
Extra Clerks. 

do work. 

do Messenger. 
Pettv expenses. 
Stationery from Stationery Office 


$1,000 00 


$ cts. 

2 75 
58 32 


$ cts. 


• 


Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 
binding .. 






Stationery, other than from office. 
Printing do do 
Ice. 
Engraving. 








$1,000 00 


61 07 


938 93 





I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



J. L. McDOUOALL, 

Auditor- General. 



is 



REMARKS. 

See explanation of Deputy Minister of Finance. 



74 



Appropriation Accounts Jor Fiscal Year ended 20th June, 1879 — Continued. 

CIYIL GOVEENMENT— CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Sub-vote $14,000.00 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contin- 
gencies, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Yote. 



Departments Generally, including 
Civil Service Board. 



Subscription to and advertising in newpapers... 

Purchase of books of reference, maps, &c 

Telegraphing 

Postages, freight and express charges 

Wages of charwomen and other expenses cleaning 

offices a 

Travelling expenses, including cab hire., 

Extra Clerks. , , 

do Work b 

do Messenger 

Petty expenses 

Stationery from Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer, printing, printing paper and 

binding 

Stationery, other than from office , 

Printing 

Ice 



Grant. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



$ cts.l 
14,000 00 



ttngraving , c 

Legal services d 

Noon gun, ammunition, &c, firing, &c e 

Sundry persons, furniture, repairs, &c f 



Civil Service Board. 

Salary to Chairman g 

do Secretary h 

Printing 

Stationery , 



$ cts. 

6 00 
39 95 
17 85 



18,508 86 
177 35 



53 50 



21 00 
196 75 

56 95 
4 00 



14,000 00 



155 80 

21 81 

194 63 

538 90 



400 00 

200 00 

4 79 

14 29 



Less than 
Granted. 



More than 
Granted. 



cts. 



20,552 43 



CtB. 



6,552 43 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



75 



REMARKS. 



a. This does not represent the whole of labour and char-work performed in the 
two Departmental Buildings, as the 

Post Office Department pays $974 22 

Agriculture Department pays 986 38 

Militia and Defence Department pays 24 00 

And there are also charges for the same service included in the petty disburse- 
ments. 

b, c and d. These are not proper charges against "Departments Generally," and 
should be divided into the amounts properly belonging to each department. 

e and f. Should be charged to Public Works Department, under 31 Vic, cap. 34, 
sec. 2. 

g and h. These charges not supported by any authority I can find. 

The following letter from the Accountant of Contingencies, explains the difference 
between grant and expenditure. 

Ottawa, 23rd December, 1879. 

Sir,— In reply to your letter calling my attention to the expenditure during the 
fiscal year ended 30th June, 1879, on contingencies of Departments generally, and 
Civil Service Board, as compared with the estimates. I have the honour to inform 
you that no estimate was ever given to me for my guidance, as relates to Depart- 
ments generally. With reference to the payments to the Civil Service Board, they 
were made upon the authority in force for very many years, and my payment of 
the same were never questioned. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

THOMAS EOSS, 

Accountant of Contingencies. 

The Auditor-General, 

&c, &c, k' 



7<; 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 18 19— Continued. 
CIVIL aOVERNMENT-CONTINGBNCIES— Cb»fo'fwgd. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for Contingen- 
cies, for the Year ended 30th June 1879, showing the surplus or deficit 
upon each sub-head of Yote. 



Recapitulation. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 




Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


The Governor-General's Office 


$ cts. 

15,000 00 
4,000 00 

6,750 00 


$ cts. 

18,744 92 
3,722 79 

5,454 17 


$ cts. 

'*277 21 

1,295 83 

1,145 56 
20 72 


$ cts. 


Privy Council "*...! 

Department of Justice ...... ...."."Y 

„.,. . do Penitentiary Branch...) 
Mihtiaand Defence.. 


3,744 92 




6,000 00 I 4,854 44 




Interior Mt w 

Receiver-General (one month) """.".*""!" 

Finance Department .'..'.'.'..'.' .'..'.' 

Auditor-General (eleven months). ........ 


9,000 00 

8,000 00 

3,000 00 

11,250 00 


8,979 28 

8,607 34 

1,101 54 

12.676 20 

2,491 16 

13,725 61 

8,388 44 

12,746 28 

33,412 13 

11,454 22 

10,230 89 

61 07 

20,552 43 


* 607* 34* 
1 426 20 


1,898 46 


2,274 39" 
1,611 56 




Customs 

Inland Revenue 


16,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

30,000 00 

8,000 00 

9,000 00 

1,000 00 

14,000 00 

161,000 00 


2,491 16 


Public Works .""".!."."."! "..........". .. 

Post Office Department ... . ...7. ..'". 

Agriculture , .'..7. *.\"! '"."*.".'' 

Marine and Fisheries 


2,746 *28* 
3,412 13 
3,454 22 




Treasury Board ""'...".'.' '.'.'.'.[".'. ..*.".'....! 


''938 93" 


1,230 89 


Departments generally , 


6,552 43 




177,202 91 


9,462 66 


25,665 57 


Expenditure more than grant.... 








16,202 91 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



J L. McDOUaALL, 

Auditor- General. 



77 



REMABKS. 

Note. — The vote for contingencies has been treated in the past as a convenient provision for pay- 
ing charges of a minor character nut otherwise authorized. 

Among the amounts paid contrary to Statutes, the principal are those which are forbidden by the 
Civil Service Act, 3lst Victoria, chapter 34. 

Section 19 of said Act provides that no Extra Clerk, shall be employed for more than one mouth 
except unier an Order in Council, but it has been customary to continue the services of persons for 
lengthened periods. It appears to me that the wording of the section quoied did not bear ihe con- 
structions which have been put upon it, but as the matter is doubtful, 1 havj reserved it for such 
action as may now be thought advisable 

Section 20 provides that no allowance or compensation shall be made for any extra service what- 
ever, which any officer or clerk may be required to perform in the Department to which he belongs. 
Against above restriction there has been paid ; — 

By Department of Justice M $50 00 

Militia and Defence. 25 CO 

Secretary of State 367 16 

Interior , 143 86 

Finance 1,286 25 

Cu3toms 155 50 

Inland] Revenue 24 00 

Public Works 129 50 

Post Office Department 942 98 

Marine and Fisheries • 22 00 

Departments generally..... 53 50 

$3,199 75 
The petty expenses are not usually given in detail, and in some instances more than $50 has been 

paid in one payment. 

It will be observed that the several Departments do not adhere to the regulation that all printing 

and stationery are to be ordered through the Queen's Printer, and Stationer respectively. 

3i Victoria, chapter 35, section 2, makes it illegal to pay from contingencies charges for certain 

articles i. e furniture, fittings, repairs, &c , and yet, as appears by the notes to the expenditure of the 

different Departments, payment for such articles has been frequently made. 

(Copy) Audit Office. 7th June, 1879. 

Sir, — As the Minister of Finance is about to leave Ottawa to be away for some 
time, and as you may wish to consult him on the subject T)f this letter, I now draw 
your attention to a question which might otherwise have been postponed until the 
beginning of the coming fiscal year. 

1 have spoken to you several times regarding the unsatisfactory way in which 
the payments by the contingency office are made. 

The Civil Service Act of 1868 points out the method by which ihe Accountant 
of Contingencies should deal with applications for payments, the classes of services 
&c, for which he may pay, and the evidence of the general accuracy of the accounts 
which he should require. 

I learn from the present Accountant that he considers his refusal to pay any 
claim authorized by a Deputy Head of a Department unwarranted. 

Every Deputy Head cannot possibly be fully acquainted with the restrictions put 
by Parliament upon the Contingency Office. As a consequence irregularities exist. 

1 have the honour to be, Sir, 
J. M. Courtney, Your obedient servant, 

Deputy Minister Finance. J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor-General. 

Reply. 
(Copy.) Ottawa, 12th June, 1879. 

Sir, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 7th 
instant, which I placed, as requested, under the notice of the Honourable the Minister 
of Finance, and am directed to inform you in reply thereto, that the Minister of Fin- 
ance is of opinion that you should call the attention of the Accountant of Contingencies 
to the nature of the audit required to bo performed by him under the Contingency Act. 

Your obedient servant, 

J. M. COURTNEY, 
J. L. McDougall, Deputy Minister of Finance. 

Auditor- General. 



"78 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum authorized by Statute 
on account of the various sub-heads of Estimates, for the Year ended 
30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit as the case may be. 



Service. 



Supreme Court and Exchequer Court of Canada- 
Salary of Chief Justice a 

Salaries of five Fuisue Judges, at $7,000 

each b 

Salary of Registrar „ 

Province of Ontario. 

Court of Appeal — 

Salary of Chief Justice. *.... 

Salaries of three Puisne Judges, at $5,000 
each ,.... c 

Court of Queen's Bench — 

Salary of Chief Justice d 

Salaries of two Puisne Judges, at $5,000 
each e 

Court of Chancery — 

Salary of Chancellor 

Salaries of two Vice-Chancellors, at $5,000 
each / 

Court of Common Pleas — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of two Puisne Judges, at $5,000 

each g 

Circuit allowances h 

Maritime Court — 

Salary of Judge , ...... 

-County Courts — 

Salaries of thi r ty-seven Judges, including 

Algoma, varying from $2,000 to $2,600 each 
Salaries of twelve Junior Judges, at $2,000 

each j 

Travelling allowance of County Court Judges, 

including Algoma 



Grant. 



$ cts 

8,000 00 

35,000 00 
2,600 00 



6,000 00 
15,000 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts 

7,999 92 

34,924 53 
2,600 00 



6,000 00 
14,999 76 

5,833 33 
9,972 06 



6,000 00 6,000 00 
10,000 00 9,999 84 



6,000 00 

10,000 00 
13,000 00 

600 00 



89,300 00 

24,000 00 

9,800 00 

251,300 00 



6,000 00 

9,287 51 
11,900 CO 



600 00 



\ 117,354 14 



243,471 09 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 


$ cts. 


08 


75 47 


24 


166 67 


27 94 


16 


712 49 
1,100 00 


5,745 86 


7,828 91 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUQALL, 

Auditor General. 
Examined, 

John E. Simpson. 



79 



REMARKS. 

a. Caused by inequality of the twelve monthly payments with annual amount. 

b. Caused by the difference between promotion of W. J. Ritchie and appoint- 
ment of his successor, four days, and two days between J. T. Taschereau and H. G-. 
Taschereau. 

c. Caused by inequality of monthly payments and gross annual. 

d and e. Caused by difference between the time of death of late Chief Justice 
and appointment of successor, eleven daj^s, and three days between transfer of Mr. 
Justice Adam Wilson and appointment of Mr. Justice M. C. Cameron. 

/. Caused by inequality of monthly payments and gross annual. 

g. Caused by transfer of Mr. Justice Gwynne to Supreme Court, and the not 
filling the vacancy until 31st March, 1879. 

h. Over-estimated. 

i. Caused by changes in Judgeships of Kent, Leeds and Grenville, and vacancies 
in junior Judgeships, no appointments having been made in Slormont, Dundas, 
Glengarry and Leeds and Grenville. 



80 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//i June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum authorized by Statute, 
on account of the various sub-heads of Estimates, for the Year ended 
oOth June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit, as the case may be. 



Service. 



Province of Quebec. 

Court of Queen's Bench — 

Salary oflhe Chief Justice * 

Salaries of four Puisne Judges, at $5,000 
each 

Superior Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of nine Judges, at $5,000 each., 
do thirteen do 4,000 do 
do three do 3,500 do . 



Court of Vice-Admiralty — 

Salary of Judge c 

Circuit allowances h 



Province of Nova Scotia, 

Supreme Court of Wova Scotia- 
Salary of Chief Justice » d 

do the Judge in Equity e 

Salaries of five Puisne Judges, at $4,000 
each / 



Court of Vice-Admiralty- 
Salary of the Judge. . 
Circuit allowances.,. 



County Courts- 
Salary of Judge for County of Halifax 

Salaries of six other Judges, at $2,000 

each g 

Travelling allowances of County Court Judges 



Grant. 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 



6,000 00 
20,000 00 



6.000 00 
45,000 00 
52,000 00 
10,500 00 



2,000 00 
13,000 00 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 

20,000 00 



600 00 
4,000 00 

2,400 00 

12,000 00 
1,400 00 

204,900 00 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 

f Less than More than 
Granted, j Granted. 



I 

$ CtS.': 



$ cts. 



6 000 00 



19,999 75 



6,000 00 



105,720 16 



1,999 92 
11,421 68 



4,999 92 
4,999 92 

19,999 80 



600 00 
3,600 00 



25 



}. 



1,779 84 



08 
1,578 32 



08 



20 



,799 68 



201,140 83 



400 00 

32 ! 
3,759 17 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor-General. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpsok. 



81 



REMARKS. 

a, c, d, e, f and g. Caused by inequality of monthly payment and gross annual. 

b Caused by changes in Puisne Judge-hips of Messrs. C. J. G-ill, L. A. Jette, 
T. J. J. Loranger, M. Laframboise, II, E. Taschereau and H. E. Taschereau. 

A and;'. Over-estimated. 



5a— 6 



82 



Appropriation Accounts for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June 18^9 — Continued 

VOTE— ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

Accounts ot sums expended, compared with the sum authorized by Statute 
on account of the various sub-heads of Estimates, for the Year ended 
30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit, as the case may be. 



' 






Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 






Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Province of Neiv Brunswick. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


$ cts. 


$ Ct8. 


Supreme Court of New Brunswick — 

Salary of Chief Justice a 

Salary of four Puisne Judges at $4,000 
each f 


5,000 00 
16.00< v ' ( 00 


4,999 92 
16,376 22 


08 


376 22 


Court of Vice Admiralty — 

Salary of the Judge 


600 00 
3,200 00 


600 00 
2,400 00 


800 00 




Circuit allowances 




County Courts — 

Salaiiec of five County Judges at $2,400 

each 

Travelling allowances of County Court 
Judges 


12,000 ,00 
1,000 00 


[ 12 999 60 


40 




Province oj Manitoba. 










Court of Queen's Bench — 


5,000 00 
8,000 00 


4,999 92 
7,999 93 


08 
07 




Salaries of two Puisne Judge., at $4,000 
each , c 




Province of British Columbia. 










Supreme Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice, 

'do one Puisne Judge d 

do do e 


5,820 00 
4,850 00 
4,000 00 


5,820 00 
4,849 92 
3,999 96 


08 
04 




County Courts — 

Salary of five Stipendiary Magistrates ranging 
from $2,250 to $3,400 each g 

North-West Territories. 


13,300 00 


13,899 96 




599 96 










9,000 00 


7,200 00 


1,800 00 










87,770 00 


86,145 43 


2,600 75 


976 18 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General 

Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



S3 



REMARKS. 

a, b, c, d and e. Caused by inequality of monthly payment and annual allowance. 

f. Caused by appointment A. L. Palmer as Judge in Equity, from 28th May, 1879. 

g. Under-estimated. 



5 a — 6f 



84 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30lh June, 1879— Continued. 
VOTE— ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

A.O0O1 vr oi Bums expended, compared with the sum granted on account 
of the various sub-heads, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, show- 
ing the surplus or deficit, as the case may be. 



Service. 


Granted. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Miscellaneous Justice, including North-West Ter- 


$ cts. 

20,000 00 

4,500 00 
15,000 00 

1,500 00 

1,900 00 
475 00 
500 00 
360 00 

7,000 CO 

800 00 
666 66 
333 34 

2,425 00 


$ cts. 

13,355 54 

1,328 04 

7,034 50 

1,120 00 

1,925 00 

475 00 

500 00 

375 00 

3,955 20 

639 21 

698 64 

333 24 


$ cts. 

7,176 70 

2,6^9 72 

7,965 50 

3b0 00 


$ cts. 


Travelling expenses of Stipendiary Magistrates, in 




Circuit allowances, British Columbia / 

do Manitoba g 

Precis Writer of Exchequer and Supreme Court a 
Clerk in office do do ...... 

Senior Messenger do do j 
Second do do do b 


25 00 
15 00 


3,044 80 
160 79 




Sundry disbursements of Maritime Court of On- 
tario h 

Salary of Registrar of Vice Admiralty Court, 
Quebec c 

Salary of Marshall of Vice Admiralty Court, 
Quebec 

For the salary of one Stipendiary Magistrate or 
County Court Judge to provide, if necessary, 
for the vacancy created by the death of A. T. 


31 98 


10 
2,425 00 












55,460 00 


31,739 37 


23,792 61 


71 98 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



B5 



REM AUKS. 

a. Caused by annual increase of $50 taking- place in January. 

b. Caused by annual increase of $30 taking place in January. 

c. From the Public Accounts and Estimates of previous years, I gather that this 
yearly expenditure was understood at one time to have been covered by Statute, the 
salary though estimated not having been voted. 

In the Supply Bill of 1877-78, an appropriation of $666.66 for the purpose, first 
appeared. 

I cannot see that the over payment, though since continued, is authorized. 

d. e, f, g, h and k. Over-estimated. 

j. This Senior Messenger (F. Ourran) receives $100 from contingencies as Usher 
for Supreme and Exchequer Courts. 



86 



it ion Accounts lor Fiscal Year ended 30 Ih June, 18*19 — Continued. 

VOTE— ADMINISTRATION OF .JUSTICE— Continued. 

Accounts of sums expended, compared with the sum authorized by Statute 
on accounl <>i the various sub-heads of Estimates, for the Year ended 
30th June, 1879, showing' the surplus or deficit, as the case may be. 



Service. 



Provinca of Prince Edward Island. 

Superior Court- 
Salary of Chief Justice 

do Master of Rolls , a 

do Vice Chancellor ... b 

Circuit allowances 



Grant. 



County Courts- 
Salaries of three Judges > c 

Travelling expenses tor County Court Judges. 



$ cts. 



3,000 00 

2,500 00 

2,500 00 

600 00 



,000 00 
000 00 



15,200 00 



Recapitulation. 

Grant by vote of Parliament, 55,460 00 

Authorized by Statute 559,170 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



3 cts 



3,000 00 

2,499 96 

2,499 96 

600 08 



6,799 86 



15,399 86 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



08 



199 86 



08 



>77,896 58 



37,981 52 



199 94 



1,248 10 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

John B. Simpson 



87 



REMARKS. 

i, b. Caused by inequality of monthly payment and annual allowance. 
'. Under estimated. 






83 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— FOLICE. 

A i COUNT of sums expended, compared with the sums granted on account 
of Dominion Police, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the 
surplus upon Vote. 



Service. 



Granted. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Dominion Police a 



$ cts. 
11,000 00 



Less than 
I Granted. 



11,000 00 



$ cts. 
11,122 08 



11,122 08 



$ cts. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 
122 08 



122 08 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUaALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



89 



REMARKS. 



<l. 



Under-estimated. 



90 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended ZQth June, 1879— Continued. 

V( >TE— PENITENTIARIES. 

ACCOUNT of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for the 
&1NGS n > N i *E n i T E Nl i ary, for the Year ended 80th Jun < \ 1879, showing 
the surplus or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. 



Staff— Salaries- 



Warden. 

Deputy-Warden 

Chaplains 

Sui g< on 

Accountant , ,... , ... 

Warden's Clerk a 

Chief Keeper b 

Storekeeper c 

I Schoolmaster 

1 Steward d 

1 Clerk of Works and Chief Trade In- 

structor.. , „.. e 

2 Trade Instructors— 1st Class / 

4 do — 2nd Class g 

1 Hospital Keeper h 

6 Keepers j 

43 Guards k 

2 do I 

4 Teamsters m 

1 Matron n 

1 Deputy-Matron , 

Retiring- gratuities o 

Uniforms , p 

Ferris claim 

Maintenance 760 convicts q 

do Farm and stables r 

do Gratuities on discharge. s 

Working expenses — Repairs to buildings t 

Capilal account — Construction of new build- 
ings, new machinery, &c. ... u 



Total 

Deduct deficit. 



itfet surnlus. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



% cts. 

2,600 00 

1,400 00 

2,400 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

700 00 

800 00 

700 00 

600 00 | 

650 00 

1,000 00 

1,400 00 

2,240 00 

700 00 

3,000 00 

19,350 00 

900 00 

1,400 00 

500 00 

300 00 

2,000 00 

3,117 37 

498 90 

63,736 53 

2,565 35 

4,120 00 

6,793 75 

4,974 62 



$ cts. 

2,600 00 

1,400 00 

2,400 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

699 96 

799 92 

699 96 

600 00 

649 92 

999 96 
1,399 92 
2,239 68 

699 96 

2,557 70 

18,772 50 



130,646 52 



1,487 16 
499 92 
300 00 



2,651 52 
498 90 
65,555 87 
2,968 65 
2,733 97 
2,346 32 

4,967 84 

122,729 63 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 


$ cts. 


04 
08 
04 


08 


04 

08 

32 

04 

442 30 

577 50 

900 00 


08 


2,000 00 
465 85 


"1,386 0*3" 

4,447 43 


6 78 


10,226 69 



More than 
Granted. 



% cts. 



2,308 80 



87 16 



1,819 34 
403 30 



2,309 80 



7,916 89 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General, 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



i>l 



REMARKS. 

a to A, and n. Caused by inequality between monthly payments and annual 
salaries. 

;. Saving arises from one of the keepers' services ceasing in August. 

ft. Saving arises from there being only 42 guards in seven months, and irregular 
services of others. 

I. These two guards appear not to have been required. 

m. This deficiency arises from an extra teamster having been employe! during 
the months of October, November and December, 1378. 

o. Apparently not required. 

p. s, t and u. Over-estimated. 
q and r. Under-estimated. 

Amount of receipts realized .luring year and paid over to Keceiver- General, 
$34, 109.34. 



92 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOlh June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE -PENITENTIARIES. 

NT of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for the St. 
Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, 
showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Bervici 



Staff— Salaries— 

1 Warden 

1 Deputy- Warden 

2 Chaplains 

2 Surgeons 

1 Accountant 

1 Warden's Clerk a 

1 Chief Keeper b 

1 Storekeeper c 

1 Schoolmaster 

1 Steward d 

I Clerk of Works and Chief Trade In- 
structor e 

1 Trade Instructors, at $700 each / 

1 do 600 do 

2 do 560 do g 

1 do 500 do h 

1 Hospital Keeper j 

1 Engineer * 

8 Keepers k 

24 Guards I 

1 Messenger 

1 Farmer Gardener m 

2 Teamsters.. n 

Uniforms o 

Maintenance 325 convicts p 

do Farm and stables q 

do Gratuities on discharge... r 

Working expenses — Repairs or maintenance of 

buildings s 

Capital Account — Buildings t 

do Machine* y u 

Industries — Material fjr manufacture v 

Deduct surplus 

Net deficit w 



Grant. 



Ex- 

penditun 



Expenditure 
j compared with Grant. 



$ cts. 

2,600 00 

1,400 00 

2,400 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

700 00 

800 00 

700 00 

600 00 



Less than 

Granted. 



$ cts. 

2,600 00 
1,400 00 
2,400 00 

1,200 00 ! 

1,000 00 J 

699 96 I 

799 92 I 

699 96 1 

600 00 ! 



cts. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



650 00 


649 92 


08 




700 00 


699 96 


04 | 




1,400 00 


1,399 92 


08 




600 00 


600 00 






1,120 00 


1,119 84 


16 




500 00 


499 92 


08 




560 00 


559 9 J 


08 




780 00 


780 00 






4,000 00 


3,999 36 


CA 




10,800 00 


10,756 64 


43 36 




450 00 


4=>0 00 






560 00 


559 92 


08 




500 00 


499 92 


08 




717 47 


564 97 


152 50 




34.130 47 


33,430 74 


699 73 




5,138 30 


4,790 52 


347 78 




200 00 


544 00 




344 00 


3,690 42 


673 37 


3,017 05 




2,455 10 


2,534 96 




79 86 


1,110 00 


1,540 24 




430 24 


2,816 33 


! 6,561 80 




3,745 47 


84,278 09 


j 84.615 76 


4,261 90 


4.599 57 
4,261 90 




! 




! 








1 


327 67 






1 


1 





J certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined. 

John Simpson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor -(reneral. 



REMARKS. 

a to k, m and n. Caused by inequality of monthly payments with annual salaries. 

o, p and s. Over-estimated. 

r, t, u and v. Under-estimated. 

w. There is a balance in hand on tramway account of $751.57. A balance of 
$2,001.34 appeared by i he accounts of 1877-78 to be in the hands of the Warden; 
$400 in cash and $1,601.34- balance of tramway appropriation of the year 1876. The 
following letters explain why the balance of tramway appropriation from 1877-78 
appears in the accounts of 1878-9 as $830.30. 

(Copy) 

Audit Office, October 18th, 1879. 

Sir, — Will you kindly explain how it is that a balance of $1,601.34 appears at 
the credit of tramway on the 30th June, 1878, and that you put only $8'i0 30 at the 
credit of the same account on the 1st July 1878, in your statement for the current 
year. 

All balances in hand on the 30th Juno, 1878, should be deposited to the credit of 
the Receiver General. 

The appropriations are only available in the year for which they are voted, and 
therefore any amount unexpended at the end of the year, and in the hands of the 
Accountant, should be paid over to the Government. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General, 
J. W. Duchesneau, Esq., 
Warden of Penitentiary 

St. Vincent de Paul. 



St. Yincent^de Paul Penitentiary, 

2 list October, 1879. 
Sir, — In compliance with your request, I have to submit the endowed explan- 
ations and papers concerning the matter mentioned in your letter of * the i8th 
October instant. I hope they will be sufficient to let you understand how it 
happens that there is such a difference between the amount placed at the credit of 
the tramway on the 30th of June, 1878, and the amount placed at the credit of the 
same on the 1st July 1878. As to the balance remaining on hand from the tramway 
fund at the end of the last fiscal year, I beg to state that it was not deposited to the 
credit of the Receiver General for the same reason than the preceeding year, that is, 
the completion of the tramway. I was allowed to keep the balance on hand at the 
end of the fiscal year 1877-78, and I thought the same latitude would be granted 
till the completion of the work. 

There remains now but few accounts to be paid from that fund, and if you 
instruct me to do so, I shall return the balance without delay. 

1 have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your humble servant, 

J. W. DUCHESNEAU, 

Warden 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General) 

Ottawa. 



94 



Penitentiary St. Vincent de Paul, 

1 1st October, 1879. 

Sir,— In answer to your question regarding the inquiry of'tho Auditor-General, 

certain amounl oi lumber had been purchased for the 

from P. X. Wilson about the month of May, and as the delivery of the 

saiil lumber v made until the 3rd of August, I charged the amount to the 

liture account of the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1878, but made payments 

'•: from tramway fund on 3rd of August, 18*8, alter we came in 

ii oi* the lumber. 

arged the amount of $7*71.0-1 in the expenditure account of the fiscal 
pawn the money from the bank on the end of the said fiscal 
tctual balance in bank on the 30th June of $1,601.34, 
while -x irtually the amount of the lumber $771.04 was already expended. 

Tii ent for the month of June 1878, transmitted to the Auditor-General 

on the 24th July, 1878, of which enclosed give copy, state the transaction and gives 
a tramway balance of $330.30 on the lsi of July. 

The Vouchers Nos. 443 and 444, of which herewith copy, are accounting for the 
different balac 

$1,601.04 the balance 30th June, 1878, and $830.30 the balance given to the 
credit of tramway account on 1st July, 1878. 

Your obedient servant, 

ELZ. DAGNEATJLT, 

Accountant. 
To the Warden. 



The money has not yet been deposited to the credit of the Receiver General. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



Amount of receipts realized during year and paid over to Receiver-General, 

'.02. 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— PENITENTIARIES— Continued. 

Account of sums granted, compared with the sum expended for the St. 
John, N. 1*., Penitentiary, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, 
showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 



Staff— Salaries — 

1 Warden ,,.. a 

2 Chaplains , b 

1 Surgeon c 

1 Accountant 

1 Chief Keeper d 

1 Steward, Storekeeper and Schoolmaster e 

3 Keepers and Instructors / 

6 Guards g 

2 do h 

1 Porter and Warehouse Clerk 

1 Matron j 

1 neputy Matron 

I Night-watchman k 

Uniforms... I 

Maintenance 160 convicts.. .., m 

do Farm and stable n 

do Gratuities on discharge o 

Working expenses— Kepairs or maintenance of 

buildings p 

Industries — Material ior manufact ire q 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

1,400 00 
800 00 
600 00 
900 00 
500 00 
700 00 
1,500 00 
2,700 00 
800 00 
450 00 
250 00 
180 00 



Deduct deficit 
Net surplus.... 



i,roo 00 

13,902 00 

598 00 

360 00 

1,498 00 
13,668 00 



41,806 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



% cts. 

1.399 96 
799 92 
575 00 
900 00 
499 92 
699 84 
1,499 76 
2,649 96 
799 92 
450 00 
249 96 
180 00 
360 00 
566 72 
13,365 93 
515 85 
266 00 

56 91 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ Ct3. 

04 

08 

25 0J 



08 
16 

24 

50 04 

08 

04 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



433 28 

82 15 

94 00 

1,441 09 
2,422 64 ! 



360 00 



37,081 01 ! 



5,084 99 
360 00 



4,724 99 



360 00 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUG-ALL, 
Examined, Auditor- General. 

John B. Simpson. 

R E M A R K S. 
a and b and d toj. Caused by inequality of monthly payments with annual salaries, 

c. Caused by decease of Surgeon and time elapsing before new one appointed. 

k Not estimated for. 

I to g. Over-estimated. 

Due to Penitentiary on Convict labour account. 

There remains a balance of $9,723 

do in suspense ,. 964 93 

do balance, Alex. Robertson '< 1 3$ 

10,76-? 34 



Amount: of receipts realized dm 
18,816.22. 



ear and paid over to Re : 



96 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 1879 — Continued. 

PENITENTIARIES— Continued. 

Sub-Vote $24,966.35. 



\i' of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for the 
Halifax PENITENTIARY, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing 
the surplus or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 



Staff— Salaries— 

1 Warden a 

2 Ctm plains b 

1 Surgeon.. c 

1 Acc-untant, Schoolmaster and Ware- 
house Clerk d 

1 Chief Keeper, Steward and Storekeeper 

4 Trade Instructors e 

1 do / 

5 Guards.. 

1 Messenger ... 

1 Matron g 

1 Substitute Guard, 10 days h 

Uniform- j 

llaintc ..ace 70 convicts k 

do Farm and stables.... .• I 

(1 ■ Gratuities on discharge.., m 

Working expenses — Repairs to buildings n 

Indust: .(.i— Material for manufactures o 



Total 

Deduct deficit 



Net surplus 



Grant. 



% cts. 

1,400 00 
800 00 
500 00 

800 00 
600 00 

2,000 00 
700 00 

2,250 00 
450 00 
250 00 



320 00 
9,112 35 
734 00 
550 00 
500 CO 
4,000 00 



24,966 35 



Ex- 

penditure. 



Expenditure 
j compared with Grant. 



$ cts. 

1,399 96 
799 92 
499 92 

799 92 
6"0 00 

1,999 68 
6*9 96 

2,250 00 

450 00 

249 96 

12 50 

247 00 

7,532 80 
325 36 
376 87 



1,696 49 
19,910 34 



Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


04 
08 
08 




08 




32 

04 




04 
'- • • 


12 50 



73 00 

1,579 55 

408 64 

173 13 

500 00 

2,303 51 



5,038 51 
12 50 



5,026 01 



12 50 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



Amount of 
$3,122.14. 



receipts realized during year and paid over to Receiver-General, 



07 



REMARKS. 

a to g. Caused by inequality of monthly payments and annual salaries. 

A. Not estimated for. 

j to o. Over-estimated. 

"There is a balance on hand of $1,463.04. 



5a— 1 



9fi 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30/A June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— PEN ITENTI ARIES. 

OTJNT of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for the 
Manitoba Penitentiary, lor the Year ended 30th June, 1879, show- 
ing the surplus or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Serrice. 



Staff Salaries— 

1 Warden a 

1 Chief Keeper.. 

2 Chaplains » b 

1 Surgeon e 

1 Accountant and Storekeeper 

5 Guards at $600 each d 

1 Steward 

Trade Instructor allowance..... e 

1 Messenger and Guard 

Uniforms / 

Maintenance — 

40 Convicts g 

Fa r m and stables A 

Gratuities j 

Working expenses — Maintenance of buildings k 

Capital account I 

Industries , m 



Deduct surplus. 
Net deficit 



Grant. 



1,400 00 
600 00 
400 00 
800 00 
600 00 

2,400 00 
540 00 
220 00 
240 00 
250 00 

9,955 00 
459 00 
175 00 
409 00 

1,080 00 
140 00 



19,668 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



1,399 96 
600 00 
399 92 
799 93 
600 00 

2,418 06 
540 00 
219 96 
240 00 
279 12 

11,995 94 

1,396 41 

16i 00 

339 05 

50 85 

129 65 



21,573 85 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than ! More than 
Granted, j Granted. 



04 ! 

08 

07 



04 



10 00 

69 95 

1,029 15 

10 35 



1,119 68 



18 06 



29 12 

2,010 94 
937 41 



3,025 53 
1,119 68 



1,905 85 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOTJGALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



99 



RCMARKS. 



a, b. c and e. ^Caused by inequality between monthly payment and annual 
salaries. 

d. Caused by employing an extra Guard from 2nd to 15th August, 1818. 

/. Under-estimated. 

g and h. Under-estimated. There are some items charged to these accounts 
such as apparatus for heating and lighting which might more properly have appeared 
under capital account. 

j and k. Over-estimated. 

I and m. Over-estimated, see g and h. 

Amount of receipts realized during the year and paid over to Receiver 

General, $156 55 

There i3 an amount due by Manitoba Government for maintenance of 

lunatics from 1876 to 1879 of 3,091 83 



iilO 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 80/A June, 1879-Continued. 
VOTE— PENITENTIARIES— Continued. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum ^^^.^,^7^ 
British Columbia Penitentiary, lor the Year ended 30th June, 1879, 
showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub-head oi Vote. 



Serrice. 



8taff Salaries— 

1 Warden 

Staff 

Maintenance — 

40 Convicts - 

Retiring gratuities 

Transfer 

Hospital •• :••■ 

Capital Account— Organization and equip- 
ment .v 

Industries * 

do Discharge allowance 



do 



Farm and stables. «... * 



Deduct deficit. 



Net surplus. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

1,400 00 
5,800_00 

8,850 00 
100 00 
200 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



4,109 00 
500 00 



20,950 00 



$ cts. 

1,200 00 
5,598 46 

3,366 55 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



More than 
Granted. 



263 50 
7,949 95 



P8 87 
1,299 04 

19,816 37 



$ cts. 

2<"0 00 
201 54 

5,483 45 
100 00 
200 00 



500 00 



6,684 99 
5,551 36 

1,133 63 



$ ct8. 



263 50 

3,849 95 

138 87 
1,299 04 



5,551 36 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 

isCOrreCt J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor' General. 

Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



101 



REMARKS, 



a, b, c, d, e,f, g and h Overestimated ; though some of the items charged to 
these services should have been charged against 

/, g,j and k. which are under-estimated, for instance, hospital, discharge allowance 
and farm stables are really part of the maintenance of 40 convicts, and part is charge- 
able to capital account, such as horses, harness, waggons, &c. 

The sum of $253.20 was refunded to credit of Keceiver-General, being refunds of 
salaries and balance of cash on hand. 



A. sum of $3,495.43 was paid to the Province of British Columbia for maintenance of prisoners, 
rom 1st April to 30th September, 1878. 






102 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30M June, 1879 — Continued 

VOTE— PENITENTI ARI ES— Continued. 

AiroiwT show Lng iitt surplus over Estimate of Haltfax Penitentiary for 
Year ended 30th June, 1879, and amount charged against it for print- 
ing, printing paper, and binding, by the Queen's Printer, in accord 
anee with Estimates, as against the General Penitentiary of Maritime 
Provinces. 



Service. 



Halifax Pen Uentiary. 

General Penitentiary, Maritime Provinces — 

Queen's Printer for printing, printing paper 
and binding a 



Surplus 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Balance 
compared with Expen- 
diture. 


Balance. 


Less than 
Balance. 


Mere than 
Balance. 


$ eta. 
5,026 01 


$ cts. 

520 51 


$ cts. 
4,505 50 








5,026 01 


520 51 


4,505 50 





I certify that this acoouut has been examined under my directions, and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

John B. SiMPt*ON. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



103 



REMARKS. 



a. By the 41 Vic, cap. 4, the unexpended balance of the voted estimates of St. 
John and Halifax Penitentiary were to be applied en bloc for Dorchester Peniten- 
tiary so soon as opened. The Penitentiary is not yet opened. The charge against this 
vote, although not correct by the strict interpretation of the explanation in the 
estimates, seems to be in accordance with the intention of Parliament in recognizing 
the transfer. 



104 



Appropriation Accounti for Fiscal Year ended 30/A June, 18*79 — Continued. 

VOTE- -LEGISLATION. 

AlOOOUNT of Bums expended, compared with the sums granted, for the Year 
ended 80th Juno, 187!*, showing- the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Volt 1 . 



Service. 



Senate, a 



Salaries nnrt contingei 
Expenses of Hansard.. 



House of Commons, b 



Saiarie-., per Clerk's estimate 

Kxpenses of Committees, Sessional Clerks, etc.... 

Contingencies 

Publishing Debates 

Salaries and Contingencies, per Sergeant-at-Arms 
estimate.... 

"Witnesses and Shorthand Reporter, Session 1878... 

Further expenditure, publication of Debates 

Gratuity to E. U. Piche, late Clerk- Assistant 



Library, c 

Grant to Parliamentary Library, including] Law 

Books \ 

Salaries of officers and contingencies „ 

Printing and preparing Catalogue of Library 



Grant. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



§ Miscellaneous, 

Printing, binding, etc, the Laws d 

Consolidating the Laws e 

Priming, printing-paper and bookbinding / 

Contingencies, Clerk Crown-in-Chancery ..... g 

Miscellaneous printing h 



Total expenditure. 
Unexpended 



$ cts. 

51,518 00 
3,000 00 



6o,ioo;oo 

12,800 00 
19,600 00 
15,000 00 

28,050 00 
1,000 00 
5,364 28 
1,000 00 



10,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,300 00 



12,000 00 
8,000 00 

70,000 00 
1,200 00 
2,000 00 



$ cts. 

49,669 69 
3,000 00 



60,100 «0 
12,800 00 
19,600 00 
15,000 00 

28,050 00 
1,000 00 
5,364 28 
1,000 00 



10,000 00 
3,213 15 
3,942 00 



9,818 30 

717 95 

69,952 75 

800 08 

1,052 92 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



More than 
Granted. 



295,081 12 
15,851 16 



310,932 28 I 310,932 28 



$ cts. 
1,848 31 



1,786 85 
1,358 00 



2,181 70 

7,282 05 

47 25 

399 92 

947 08 



15,851 16 



$ cts 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
in correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



io;» 



REMARKS. 



a. I have noi been furnished with any statements of expenditure, or vouchers, 
in connection with the Senate appropriations. See my preliminary report. 

b. The above remarks will apply to the House of Commons appropriations. 

It will be observed that all the appropriations have been drawn in full, and that 
no refunds have been made. 

c. Remarks under a apply to these grants. 

d. This vote is under the control of the Queen's Printer. See his letter below. 

e. The Department of Justice informs me, that the consolidation of the laws was 
abandoned for the present, and in consequence no vote was taken for 1819-80. 



f. Remarks undor a apply to this grant. 



y. The expenditure that might arise in connection with the general election 
being unknown, authority was asked to cover any possible outlay. The ordinary 
expenditure will be much less than for this year. 

h. No very close estimate can bo made of the expenditure under this sub-head.. 



Office of the*Queen's Printer, 

Ottawa, 30th December, 1879. 
Dear Sir, 

I do not see my way to reduce the estimate for the Statutes. This year 
there has been already expended between $11,100 and $11,200, and it is possible 
some single Acts may still require to be reprinted. 

I cannot foresee the exact size of the forthcoming volume, nor whether the 
enormous increase in the number of Justices of the Peace receiving it, which has 
been going on for three or four years past, will continue. A comparatively small 
increase in the size of the volume, or any considerable additions to the commissions 
of the Peace for the several Provinces would run the cost up to the full $'2,000.. 
It has always seemed to me better to estimate for a little more than is necessary 
than to be obliged to ask for a supplementary vote, as happened a few years ago. 

Yours, truly, 

B. CHAM3ERLIN. 

P.S. — Of course, the apparent cost is not so large as given above, as the balance 
of the vote for lb77-'78 was used ; and so I shall doubtless need the balance of this 
year to get through work which will doubtless require to bo done in June. The 
paper must be bought before that, and a great part of the printing done in that 
monih. 



B. C. 



J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General, &c. 



.106 



Appropriation Account* for Fiscal Year ended SOlh June y 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— LEGISLATION. 

ACCOUNT of sums expended, compared with sums estimated under Statute 
lor the Year ended 80th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit 
upon each sub-head. 



Service. 



* Estimate. 



Senate. 



Speaker's salary (36 Vic., c. 31) , 

Indemnity and mileage to Senators (36 Vic 

c. 31) a 87,558 80 



Ex- 

penditure. 



$ Ct3. 

4,000 00 



House of Commons. 

Speaker's salary (36 Vic, c. 31) b\ 4,000 00 

Indemnity and mileage to Members (36 Vic,| 

c. 31) e 232,000 00 



Library. 
Salaries of officers (34 Vic, c. 31 ; 36 Vic, c 31).. 

Elections. 

General Elections, 1878 (37 Vic , c 9) d 

do controverted e 



Total Estimate 

do Expenditure. 



12,610 00 



$ cts 

4,000 00 
83,772 48 



2,523 79 
232,000 00 



12,610 00 



Less than 
Estimate. 



More than 
Estimate. 



$ cts. $ cts. 

3,786 32 

1,476 21 



50,000 00 ! 115.279 31 
i 2,740 88 



390,168 80 



Excess of Expenditure . 



390,618 80 



452,926 46 
452,926 46 



65,279 31 
2.740 88 



5,262 53 



62,757 66 



68,020 19 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

John Gorman, 



io- ( 



UEMAKKS. 

a. I have not been furnished with any statements of expenditure or vouchers in 
connection with this vote, 

b. Acting on the advice of the Deputy Minister of Justice, copy of whose letter 
appears below, no payments were made to the late Speaker from the 30th September, 
1878, to the opening of the Session of 1879. This accounts for the unexpended 
balance under this head. See Miscellaneous. 

(Copy.) 

Ottawa, 21st January, 1879. 
Sm, 

In reply to your letter of yesterday's date, asking whether Mr. Anglin is 
entitled to draw the salary of Speaker of the House of Commons, and if so, at what 
time will his right cease, I have the honor to inform you that I am of opinion the 
Speaker of the House of Commons is entitled to draw his salary up to the date of 
the dissolution of the House only. 

I have the honor to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



(Signed,) Z. A. LASH, 

D.M.J. 



J. L. MxjDoug4Ll, Esq., 

Auditor-General. 



c. The remarks under a will apply to the House of Commons indemnity and 
mileage. It will be observed that this appropriation is drawn in full, and no refund 
has been made. 

d. Under- estimated (See Part II for de tails) 

e. No estimate. 



ins 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended ZOth June, 1879 — Continued. 

70TB— ABTS, AGRICULTURE AND STATISTICS. 

ACCOUNT of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for the 
Year ended 30th Jane, 1879, showing tho surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Vote, 



Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared witli Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


To meet expenses in connection with the care of 
the Archives a 

To meet expenses in connection with the organi- 
zation of Patent Record b 

To meet expenses in connection with preparation 
of Criminal Statistics c \ 


$ cts. 

3,000 00 

7,200 00 

5,000 00 
1,000 00 

648 39 

25,000 00 
25,000 00 

11,299 73 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 


$ cts. 
2,891 75 
6,275 42 

6,307 25 
• 45,740 48 


$ cts. 
108 25 
924 58 

341 14 

15,559 25 

2,000 00 
4,041 67 


$ cfeu 


Part of unexpended balance of appropriation; 
of 1877-8, carried forward.. 

To meet expenses in connection with Paris Ex- 
hibition d 

Supplementary Vote 

Unexpended balance of appropriation of 
1877-8, carried forward 

To meet expenses iu connection with Entomo- 
logical Commission e 

To meet expenses in connection with Australian 
Exhibition J 




958 33 




Total expenditure.... 


85,148 12 


62,173 23 




Balance unexpended.... 




22,974 89 













I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor -General 
Examined, 

John Gorman. 



109 



REMARKS. 



a, b and r. No explanations have been furnished of the cause of the unexpended 
balances on these grants. 

d. A statement is hereto annexed, marked D, copy of one furnished by the 
Department, showing details of expenditure. The vouchers and cheques relating 
thereto have been retained by tho Depaitment, for the reasons assigned in their 
letter of the *7th December, 187^. 

e. No cause has been assigned why this vote has not been expended. 

f. A statement compiled from cheques furnished by the Department is hereto 
annexed, marked F, with the explanations given for each payment. 



110 



(d) StaTEMENI of Expenditure, PARIS EXHIBITION Account, Fiscal Year 

ended :,0th June, 1879. 



Date. 



1878. 

July 11 

Aug. 12 

Sept. 6 

do 21 

do 27 

Oct. 1 

do 28 

1879. 

Nov."' 4 

April 3 
do 5 
do 23 

May 5 
do 6 

June 6 
do 11 



Name. 



T. C. Reefer ... 

do 

do 
Joseph LeBiun. 
\V. H. Wood ... 
T C. Keefer.... 
D. Ewart 



Particulars. 



St. Lawrence and Ottawa 

Railway 

Montreal Telegraph Co.... 

Dominion do 

T, 0. Keefer 

do 

S.P.May 

Hope k Co 

Burrows, Stewart & Co 

Joseph Perrnult 

Canadian Express Co 

W. Notman 

T. C. KeeiVr 

E. R. Dewiiurst ..... 



Remittance to 

Draft on Department 

do 

Pilotage of steamship " Vewfield 1 

rV-igtat fillowe«l on exhibit.... 

Draft on Department. ... 

Balance of travelling expenses .... 



Freight charges 

Telegrams for twelve months 

do do 

To meet expenditure 

do 

fn full of salary and expenses 

Mounting maps 

Damages „ 

rn full of services 

Freight charges , 

Claim allowed.. 

For claims 

Services 

Transferred to Public Works Department, for 

expenditure on Trophy, etc 



Amount. 



% cts. 

4,8^6 66 

4,89 ^ 29 

7,325 00 

40 00 

25 00 

4,864 53 

198 61 



56 48 

9 38 

65 92 

2,500 00 

500 00 

1,437 94 

I 75 

191 85 

1,250 27 

15 55 

119 70 

500 00 

121 50 

16,756 05 



45,740 48 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 
Examined, Auditor- General. 

J. Gorman. 



(J) Australian Exhibition.— Statement of Expenditure for the Fiscal Year 

ended 30th June, 1879. 



Date. 


Name. 


articulars. 


Amount. 


Total. 


1878. 
Sept. 25... 


Manager, Bank of Mon- 
treal i 

John Lowe 2 

do 3 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 

300 00 


Oct. 7... 
do 7... 


Spec al services as acting Commissioner 
Disbursements on account of exhibition 


583 33 

75 00 








658 33 








958 33 



Ill 



(Copy) 

1. Memorandum. 

The returns of this expenditure being payments for expenses in Sydney on 
exhibitors' account, and not yet received from Australia, the remittances were 
rm.de by Mr. Lowe as Commissioner of the Sydney Exhibition, and he will furnish 
detailed statement on receipt of vouchers. 

(Signed) H. B. SMALL, 

Accountant, 
Department of Agriculture, 

Ottawa, 17th December, 1879. 

2. The Sydney, K S. W. Exhibition Commission : To John Lowe, Dr. 

For special services as acting Commissioner, in closing the affairs of the 
exhibition, from the period of Mr. Young's illness, in October 1877, to date, including 
the settlement of disputed claims, $583.33. 

Paid. 

(Signed) J. LOWE, 

Oct., 7th, 1878. 
Ottawa, July 6th, 1878. 

3. The Sydney, N. S. W. Exhibition Commission : To John Lowe, Dr. 

For petty disbursements, including clerical assistance, in closing the correspond- 
ence and accounts of the Sydney Exhibition, from October, 1877, to date, $75. 

Paid. 

(Signed) J. LOWE. 

Oct., 7th, 1878. 
Ottawa, July 6th, 1878, 



(Copy) Ottawa. 15th December, 1879. 

Sir, — I have the honour to transmit herewith a copy of that part of appropria- 
tion accounts of 1878-9 covering expenditure for Arts, Agricultural and Statistics. 

There appears to have been no expenditure for account of Entomological Com- 
mission, and an unexpended balance on each of the other votes. 

I will thank you for your explanation and remarks on same within the next 
two days, as I wish to send them to the printers. 

Please return at the same time all previous statements sent you, with your 
remarks on same, as they are needed for the purpose above mentioned. 

I would also beg to state, that I have not been furnished with any papers in 
connection with the expenditure on account of Paris and Australia Exhibitions. 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
Dr. J. C. TachS, 

Department of Agriculture. 

(Copy) Department of Agriculture, 

Ottawa, 17th December, 1879. 
Sir, — I have the honour to forward to you herewith a statement of tho expend- 
iture on the Paris Exhibition account, for the fiscal year ended 30th June last. 

The final settlement of the account is necessarily further postponed for some 
time, on account of the labour involved. The vouchers belonging to this statement 
have, therefore, to be retained for the present, for final examination. 

1 have tho honour to be, Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. C. TACHE, 

The Auditor-General, Deputy Minister Agriculture. 

Audit Office. 



112 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30 Lh June, 1-79— Continued. 

IMMIGRATION AND QUARANTINE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1^79, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Salaries of Immigration A gents and employes . .. a 

do Travelling Agents /> 

Medical Inspection, Port of Quebec c 

Quarantine, Gross" Isle . <* 

do St John e 

do Pictou, N.S f 

do Halifax, NS ... Q 


$ cts. 

26 550 00 

13,000 00 

2,H00 00 

11.320 00 

3,000 00 

800 00 

3/00 00 

1,000 00 

20.000 00 
24, » 00 OO 
1-1,000 00 

120,370 00 

:i::,ooo oo 

230,370 00 


$ cts. 

27.775 72 

1»;,8«53 97 

2 274 94 

11.6'>8 39 

2,2 5 60 

599 97 

2,8(8 51 

828 44 

4,823 67 
23,825 47 
25,690 26 

92,869 11 


do Charlottetown, P.E.I . A 

To meet expenses of further precautionary meflsnres f<>r the public 


Contingencies of Canadian and olh^r regular agencies k 

Travelling expenses of Travelling Agents ... 1 

Toward* assisting immigration and immigration expenses including 
estimated expenses of transport of Mennunites ...... m 


Total grant 




Total expenditure.. 


212,224 05 




Balance unexpended 




18,145 95 







I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor -General. 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



113 



Department of Agriculture, 

Ottawa, Canada, 19th January, 1880. 

Sir, — I am directed by the Minister of Agriculture, to inform you that the 
Parliamentary grant for Immigration and Quarantine purposes, has always been 
treated by his predecessors and himself as a whole, without regarding the different 
sub-heads of expenditure. The Minister of Agriculture, therefore, requests that it 
should be treated in the same manner in your appropriation report, which will be in 
keeping with the intention of Parliament. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



J. C. TACHE, 
Deputy Minisier of Agriculture, 



The Auditor General, 
Ottawa. 



I have prepared the accounts in accordance with the wish expressed in the 
above letter. Future appropriations for any service will not be treated in this 
manner, unless instructions be given by Parliament for doing so. 



5«— 8 



114 



IMMIGRATION" AND QUARANTINE— Continued, 
(a) Salaries of Immigration Agents, &c $26,J50 



Quebec. 



Montreal 



Ottawa 

Toronto 

Kingston..... 
Hamilton. . 

London 

Sherbrooke., 



Halifax..... 

St. John, N. B. 



British Columbia and 
P. E. Island 



Manitoba and N. W. 
Territories 



L. Stafford, Agent, 12 months 

A. Stein, Assistant Agent, 12 months. 
P. Doyle, do do 

W. Anderson, Interpreter, do 
Jas. Lilly, Messenger do 



J. J. Daley, Agent, 12 months 

Wra McNichols, Ass't Agent, 12 months. 
J. Quinu, Messenger do 



W. J. Wills, Agent, 12 months. 
\V. J Kinlock, Messenger do 



J. A. Donaldson, Agent, 12 months. 
W. Cruit, Messenger do 



R. McPherson, Agent, 12 months. 
EL Hitcbin, Messenger do 



J. Smith, Agent, 12 months.. 

Win. Clever, Messenger, 12 months 

A. G. Smythe, Agent, 12 months... 
Jno. Hunter, Messenger do 



H. Hubbard, Agent, 3 months 

Geo. Lanigan, Messenger, 5 months. 

E. Clay, Agent, 12 months 



R. Sbives, Agent, 7 months 

J. Livingston, Agent, 6 months. 



No expenditure. 
do 



London, England. 



I W. Hespeler, Agent, Winnipeg, 12 months 
J. E. Tetu do Dufferin do 

do do do overpaid... 

H. Elliott, Messenger, Winnipeg, 6 months 



Hon. William Annand, 12jnonths' salary. 
F. J. Dore, do 

A. B Davenay do 

J. S Talbot, 6 months' salary.. 

E. W. A. Dixon, 12 months' salary 

T. Egginton, Messenger, 4 months' salary 
M. Pope, 8 months' salary 



Total expenditure. 



Grant. 



$ cts 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

450 00 

200 00 

1,200 00 



200 00 
1,200 00 



1,400 00 
400 00 

1,100 00 



1,100 00 



800 00 



400 0) 



1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 
800 00 

2,000 00 



4,000 00 



- 4,800 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts, 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

450 00 

200 00 



1,200 00 
912 50 
365 00 



1,200 00 
135 00 



1,400 00 
305 00 



1,100 00 
365 00 

1,100 00 
300 00 



800 00 
365 00 



99 99 
83 34 



1,000 00 



583 33 

500 00 



1,400 00 

1,000 00 

4 93 

240 00 



£ s. d. 
821 18 
513 13 
205 10 
154 2 6 
123 5 
16 16 
36 



1,049 6 6 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



115 



IMMIGRATION AND QUARANTINE -Continued, 
(b) Salaries of Travelling Agents $13,000 



John Taylor 

John Sumner 

W. C. B. Grahame 

C. Lalime 

A. 0. Killam 

S. Jonassin 

Thomas Frost 

R. Whiteford 

O. R Kingsmili. .. 
E. VonKoerber. ..., 

Paul DeCazes 

I). Klotz 

H. J. Larkin 

-J. S. Talbot. 

Thomas Connolly. 



Chas. Foy 

Thos. Graham 

Thos. Potts 

Paul DeCazes 

.Samuel Capper.... 

J. Murphy 

Elise VonKoerber 
G. R. Kingsmill... 
John 4 Dyke 



Salary'from 12th June, 1878, 
Salary for 12 months 



to 12th July, 1879... 



do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 

Salary -. 

^alary for 9 months 

European Agent, salary paid in Canada 
do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



Allowance to 8 Mail Clerks on ocean steamers ... 



12 months' salary as European Agent 

8 do do 

3 do do 

8 do do 

8 do do 

6 do do 

8 do do 

8 do do 

10 do do 



$ cts. 

1,300 00 
1,200 00 
800 00 
1,200 00 
400 00 
250 00 
150 93 
900 00 
311 20 
969 10 
311 15 
388 92 
150 00 
8i 33 
25') 00 
800 00 



£ s. d. 



205 10 

164 7 

61 12 



164 
164 
U3 
164 
164 



308 3 



1,520 8 3 



$ cts. 



9,464 63 



7,339 34 
16,863 97 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



L. McPOUGALL, 

Audilor- General. 



(c) Medical Inspection, Port of Quebec $2,600 



A. Rowand.' 

do 

C. Deguise 

do 



12'monthe' salary — .. 
12 do boat service. 

9 do salary 

9 do boat service 



$ cts. 

900 00 
399 96 

675 00 
299 98 



$ cts. 

1,299 96 
974 98 



$ cts. 



2,274 94 



Examined, 

John Gorman 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Audilor- General. 



116 



IMMIGRATION AND QUARANTINE.— Continued, 
(d) Quarantine— Grosse Isle $11,820. 



F. Montiaambert |Medicnl Superintendent, 

M. McKay Hospital Meward 

A. Kelly Sergeant, Police 

A. Anderson 'Norwegian Interpreter 

B Hunt Hospital Steward, Asst. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Orderly 

Co.k 

Nurse 

do 
Constable 



Coxswain 



W. Hmntigan 

J. O.'liins 

H. Gorman ... 

If. Z 1 as 

Renii Quironet 

B>isil» Derojc 

Eusebe Langlois — 

August Lar-glois.. Carpenter and boatman 

Edward Mason Baker 

F. X Turcotte, sen Boatman 

C. Lanelois. j do 

F. X. Turcotte, jun ! do 

Ed. Jolicoeur Carter 

I 

Total salaries 



6 months... 

7i do 

6 do ... 

7£ do ... 

6 do ... 

7$ do ... 

6 do ... 

5 do ... 

5 do 

5 do 



... 



n do 

5" do 



do 
do 
do 



7$ do 
5 do 



F. Montizimbert 

Hannah Gorman 

M. Zclins 

Ba9ile Deroy 

E. Hoy 

Wintering Party a 

Food and medicine 

Boat service 

Contingencies 



In lieu of meals and horse. 
Gratuity , 

do 

do 

do 



Gran t. 



Ex- 
penditare. 



$ cts. 

1,200 00 
450 00 
256 00 
240 00 
180 00 
180 00 
150 00 
144 00 
144 00 
180 00 
180 00 
210 00 
210 00 
210 00 
18C 00 
180 00 



1,600 00 
1,800 00 
4,126 00 

11,820 00 



$ Cts 

1,200 00 
562 50 
213 30 
325 62 
150 62 
236 f,8 
125 00 
120 00 
120 00 
150 00 
150 62 
264 12 
176 25 
301 37 
226 25 
238 75 
225 00 
231 75 

5,015 73 

400 CO 

50 00 

50 00 

76 00 

70 00 

918 40 

966 74 

1,340 00 

2,721 52 

11,608 39 



a Wintering 
Party. 



cts. 



49 38 
49 38 
98 75 



49 38 
128 38 

98 75 
108 63 

98 75 

98 75 

138 25 



918 40 



Examined, 

John Gorman, 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor -General 



(e) Quarantine, St John, N.B $3,000. 



W. H. Harding. 
Thos. Walker... 
C. Doberty 



Inspecting Physician, 12 months.. . 
Assistant do 9 do 

Hospital Stewardess 

Boat service, 10 months 

Other expenses and contingencies. 



1,000 00 
600 00 
300 00 
600 00 
500 00 



3,000 00 



1,000 00 
450 00 
300 00 u 
500 00 I 
5 60 



2,255 60 



Examined, 

John Gorman, 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



117 



IMMIGRATION AND QUARANTINE— Continued, 
(f) Quarantine — Pictou, N.S. 



(g) Quarantine, Halifax. 



Name. 


Service. 


Grant. 

$ cts. 

400 00 
300 00 
100 00 


Ex- 
penditure. 


W. E. Cook 


Inspecting Physician, 9 months 


$ cts. 

299 97 


M. McKenzie 


Stewardess 12 do ... 


300 00 










j £-99 97 



W. N. Wickwire ... 


Inspecting Physician 
Assistant do 
Chaplain 

do 
Steward 
Matron 


12 months 


1,000 00 
400 00 
100 00 
100 00 
560 00 
150 00 
600 00 
690 00 


1 000 00 


James Pitts 


7 do 


233 31 


John Woods 


12 do 

12 do 


99 96 


W. J. Ancient , 


99 96 


John Devlin 


12 do 


560 00 


Mary Devlin 


12 do 


150 00 




600 00 




Contingencies 


- 


65 28 




3,600 00 


2,808 51 



(h) Quarantine, Charlottetown, P.E.I. 



W. H. Hobkirk 
Thos. Cullen... 



Inspecting Physician, 12 months 
Stewardess 12 do 

Contingencies and boat service.. 



400 00 
300 00 
300 00 



1,000 00 



399 96 
300 00 
128 48 



828 44 



J. L. McDOUOALL, 

Auditor- General 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



118 



IMMUNISATION AND QUARANTINE. 



(/) 



Public Health $20,000. 



A. Waddell 3 months' salary, Point Levis cattle quarantine. 



W. Walsh 

N. Begin 

W. B. Hall 

J. A. Couture 
A. IfeFatridge 
R. Bunting 



3$ do do do 

V>" do do do 

-l.l do do do 

I do do do 

Salary as Inspector'at Halifax, 1877 ..., 
do St. John, 1878. 



Dr. Frosaiii Services at Caraquette 



W. M. Baker.... 
Win Mitchell. . 

Dr. AlcEachran 



0. Duniont 

Geo. Breaky 

W. H. Walsh 

G. Francceur 

Bertrand & Broker. 



Dr. McEachran . 
A. Waddell. ... 
J- A. Couture . 
Mrs. Lamouche. 
A. P. Ball 



P. Montizambert 

John Lowe 

A. Rowand, M.D. 



Pembroke Standard........ 

Egauville Enterprise 

Belleville Intelligencer.... 



Tracadie Lazarette 



do 
do 
do 



Montreal. 
Charlottetown. 



Repairing stables and 'barn 

Fencing 

Erecting cattle sheds^at Point Levis. 

Supplies for fencing.". 

Erecting sheds 



$ cts. 

300 00 
140 00 
100 00 
112 50 
100 00 
1?5 00 
125 00 
100 00 
99 95 
100 00 
412 50 

50 00 

8 16 

197 00 

21 (0 

41 71 



Expenditure 

do at Point Levis 

do do 

Copying returns 

Allowance for cow slaughtered. 



639 97 

421 30 

100 00 

6 00 

20 00 



Travelling expenses. 
do 
do 



Advertising. 
do 
do 



Relief to inmates. 



40 35 
27 13 
20 00 


5 88 
5 06 
5 16 


1,500 00 



$ cts. 



1,714 95 



317 87 



1,187 27> 



87 48 



16 10 
1,500 00 



$4,823 67 



L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



119 



IMMIGRATION AND QUARANTINE— Continued. 
(k) Contingencies of Canadian and other Agencies $24,000 00. 



L. Stafford Quebec 

J. J. Daley 'Montreal 

W, J. Wills Ottawa 

R. Macpherson 'Kingston 

J. A Donaldson (Toronto 

J. Smith iHamilton . 

A. G. Smyth [London 

B. Clay I Halifax 

R. Shives jSt. John, N.B ... 

J. E. Tetu Dafferin, Man .. 

W. Hespeler (Winnipeg, Man, 



J. S. Talbot. 



London, England, Agency. 

Gratuity £51 7 6 

Sundry expenses, including rent, 

taxes, &c 1,125 10 11 

Cash on hand 3 12 4 



£1,180 10 9 



$ cts. 

2,659 84 
4,706 18 \ 
1,752 87 

72d 49 
2,926 12 

308 13 

548 42 
1,762 27 

201 11 
1,069 50 | 
1,417 26 



$ Cts. 



18,080 19 



$23,825 47 



(I) Travelling . 


Expenses of Travelling Agents 


*14.0f 


)0 00. 




John Taylor 




352 05 

129 00 
2,657 85 
654 55 
1,837 38 
175 00 
125 65 
963 05 




S. Jonasin 






W. C. B. Graham 






John Sumner 






C. Lalime 










A. O. Killam 






R. Whiteford 








Expenditure in^Europe ......... 

do do 

Salary and expenditure in Europe 

do do 


6,894 55 


G. R. Kingsmill 


£ s. d. 
71 1 11 
447 1 10 
445 5 
328 15 5 
355 1 7 
469 9 6 
240 3 8 

77 5 2 
368 12 10 
214 12 4 

46 16 5 
328 8 
131 11 
339 1 

£3,862 2 9 


John Dyke 

H. J. Larkin. 




J. Koomann 

J. E. Klotz 




Chas. Foy 

Thos. Graham 


Expenditure do 

do do 




W. C. Krieger 


Salary and expenditure in Europe 87 5 2 

Less— Refund 10 








Thomas Potts 






Paul DeCaze3 


do 




Samuel Capper 


do 




Elise VonKoerber.. 


do 

do 

do 

1 




J. Murphy 




Angus Nicholson 


18,795 73 




$25,690 26 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



J. L. McDOUOALL, 

Audi tor -General. 



120 



(m) 



IMMIGRATION AND QUARANT INE- Continued. 

(iKNKRAL IMMIGRATION EXPENDITURE. 



Particulars. 


Amount. 


Total. 




Transport— 


$ 

44,381 

17,524 

3)883 

85 

19 

71 

17 

1 

144 

100 

50 

34 

4,918 

698 


cts. 

05 
28 
50 
14 
85 
20 
46 
43 
00 
00 

00 
00 
00 

85 

94 
91 
24 
25 


71,928 

2,543 
114 

436 
1,752 

7,913 
250 


cts. 


International Railway 

North- West Transporta'ion Company 




Canad an Express Company 

Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa and Occidental Railway 

H. & A. Allan 




Collingwood Line 

Northern Railway 

Refunded to Immigrants by — 

B. Clay 

Charles Lalime 

J. E Tetu , 




W. Hespeler 


76 


Meals to Immigrants — 

D. McClanaghan ... 

G. Carslake 

W. Hewitt 

E. Clay (F. W. Fisnwick^ 


2,003 

271 

205 

62 






34 






75 


Commission — 

Miss Burt. , 


110 

304 

22 


00 
00 

00 




J. T. Miiidlemore 

Rev. J. SShippirtz 






00 

on 


Point Levis Guardians 




Printine, Pamphlets, Advertising, &c. — 

Bradford Bros 

Thomas Dowse 

T. P. Powell 

Globe 


693 

377 

600 

660 

87 

7 

39 

5 

380 

132 

12 

7 

1,449 

496 

2,049 

200 

710 

6 


50 
60 
00 
00 
50 
20 
23 
00 
00 
90 
00 
i 20 
46 
00 
20 
00 
00 
50 








Rodgers & Co 




R. White 




Department 




J. Murphy 

Montreal Gazette 




J. W, Down 








John Lovell 




James Hope & Co 


29 
00 


S. Jonassin 




Miscellaneous — 

C. J. Whellams „.. 


123 
35 
16 


00 
90 
50 




A. Moyer ,.. 










174 


40 


84,938 


14 



121 



IMMIGRATION AND QUARANTINE— Continued. 
General Immigration Expenditure. 



Particulars. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Brought forward 


174 

6 

16 

3 

2 

5 

12 

89 

12 

2 

104 

200 

250 

60 

450 

404 

237 

123 

568 

200 

636 

56 

362 

100 

100 

77 

25 

26 

40 

94 

100 

50 

12 

256 


cts. 
40 

00 
00 
55 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
80 
00 
00 
70 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
77 
00 
71 
00 
78 
00 
00 
00 
77 


84,938 

4,429 
268 


cts. 
14 


Miscellaneous — Con. — 

J. Hope & Co., postage stamps » 




W. McMeal 












Lov^ll Printing Co «. , 




S. W. AIcEiritt 




J. Badford, M.D 




N. St. Denis .- 




H. Hubbard 




Militia Department, tents, Winnipeg 




Mrs. Marrobe , 




G. Bossange 




J. Y. Sbantz 




H. Tennant, nine months' service 




J. S. Lynch, M D 




Dr. Mun^o 




Dr. D. H. Cameron 




H. B. Small..... 






J. E. Lemieux. « 




A. Somerville 




L. Dauray 




j. p. woif 




C. Pennoyer 




Thomas Steers, jun 


_ 








L. A. Belanger , ... .. 








G. C. Eckstromer ... 








James McKer.na 




W. N. Small ,. 




T. H. Proulx... 




W. Bovd 








73 


J. Lowe 


202 
25 
41 


95 
00 
00 

d. 


H. B. Small 




Hon. Mr. Pelletier - 






£. s. d. 
832 4 6 


95 




£ 8 




London, England, Agency — 

Warrants for passages 


90,071 
11,446 


32 


Freight and carriage 


35 1 6 


2,443 16 1 
91 16 1 






609 17 9 




Special bonuses 

Commission 


371 4 6 

295 7 10 




Jas. Rice, for Literary services 


300 










Less— Refund by San <1 ford Fleming 

do Messrs. Allan... 


4 15 7 

87 6 


















2,352 


40 












101,517 


72 



122 



IMMIGRATION AND QUARANTINE— Concluded. 
General, Immigration Expenditure. 



Particulars. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Brought forward 

Less Refunds — 

L. Stafford, transport of Icelanders 


$ 

1,670 

356 

5,500 

1,122 


cts. 

50 
00 
00 

11 


$ 
101,517 

8,648 


cts. 

72 


Hon. Provincial Treasurer, Ont., share of London Office expenses.. 
J. Y. Shnntz, transport of Mennonites , 


61 








Total 


92,869 


11 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



Audit Office, 2nd September, 1878. 

Sir, — I should be glad if you would make your departmental expenditure under 
letters of credit, instead of as at present. 

The letter of credit system is that now generally adopted, and it gives, as far as I 
can learn, general satisfaction. 

I observe that your Extra Clerks are paid for each month early in the month. 
am advised that the practice is not well founded. Be good enough to discontinue it. 

I am your obedient servant, 



(Signed) J. L. McDOUGA I ,L, 

Auditor-General. 



J. C. Tach£, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Agriculture. 



Audit OFFicE,^2nd September, 1879. 

Sir, — Under the letter of credit system you will apply for the amount which you 
are likeiy to require during a month. At the end of the month send a statement of 
cheques drawn under the letter of credit with a duplicate for the Einance 
Department to me, so that the bank to which the letter of credit is addressed may be 
reimbursed. I should be obliged by getting, as soon as you can forward them, after 
the end of each month, a statement of your appropriation accounts for that month, 
accompanied by your cheques on the banks and the vouchers for the accounts. All 
cheques should be made payable to the order of the person who is to receive the 



123 



money. In the appropriation accounts you will make the vote of Parliament the 
starting point, and charge against it all the payments which, according to the 
intention of Parliament, properly belong to it, and no others. 

I should be glad to give any fuller explanation which maybe required to any 
person whom you may send to discuss the appropriation accounts with me. 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. Mc DOUG- ALL, 

Auditor-General 
J. C. TachS, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Agriculture. 

Ottawa, 28th July, 1879. 

Sir, — The Queen's Printer has lately made his return of printing and binding 
and the paper required for these purposes for the quarter ending 80th June last, and 
I find therein an item of $925.25 charged to Census. As you are aware there is no 
parliamentary provision for this expenditure in 1878-79, and as the work done is on 
account of the Census of 1871, we cannot charge it to that of 1881. Under these 
circumstances it will be necessary that you should procure an Order in Council 
authorizing the charge to be placed to " Unforeseen Expenses." I shall feel obliged 
if you will attend to this matter at your earliest convenience. 

Your obedient servant, 



J. C. TachS . Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Agriculture. 



(Signed) J. PATTERSON, 

Assistant Auditor. 



(Copy.) Ottawa, 16th October, 1879. 

Sir, — An amount of $122.75 has long remained at your credit in the bank on the- 
Census account. I wish you would deposit the amount to the credit of the Beceiver- 
General, and send the deposit receipt to me. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor -General. 
J. C. TachS, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Agriculture. 



Department of Agriculture, 
(Copy.) Ottawa, 29th October, 1879. 

Dear Sir, — In reply to your letter of 16th inst., I herewith transmit to you bank 
deposit receipt for one hundred and twenty-two dollars and seventy-five cents, being 
the unexpended balance on Census account of 1876-77. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. C. TACHtf , 



To J. L. McDougall 



Auditor-General. 



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Ottawa, 24th October, 18V 9. 

Si!t, With reference to tbo accompanying appropriation account of a portion of 
Vote b'O, I .should be glad te have from you a statement of the reasons for the 
expenditure varying from l ho appropriation in ouch case. 
Your explanation might bo in the following man ;or: — 

<i. Excess of $400, caused by 

7/1. The expenditure was $400 loss than the appropriation, because.... 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 



Your obedient servant 



(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



J. C. Taoh*, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Agriculture. 



Ottawa, 27th October, 1S79. 

Sir, — Your appropriation statements as sent month by month during the last 
fiscal year were evidently not intended to be final, items having been there charged 
against particular votes, which were, from their nature, to have been placed against 
other more appropriate votes in your annual statement 

Indeed one vote, that for contingenies of Canadian and other Agencies, was 
exhausted early in the year according to the monthly statements, although, evidently, 
the payments must run over the whole year. 

The mode of dealing here with all appropriation accounts furnished by the diffe- 
rent Departments to this office is to assign each monthly account, as it comes into 
a particular examiner, whose duty it is to make an examination of the statements 
and vouchers, and place the expenditure against the proper votes. 

You will, therefore, see that it is absolutely necessary for me to have the 
expenditure put month by month in the shape in which it should remain. 

Will you kindly make out a statement for the year, putting each item to its 
proper head of appropriation. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
J.C. Tach*, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Agriculture. 

Ottawa, 28th October, 1879. 

Sir, — The accounts of your London Agency are now being examined in this 
office, and I would draw your attention to certain peculiarities in the mode of 
rendering them, which I should be glad to see altered. 

The balance on hand on the 30th June in each year is carried forward to the 
next year, instead of being deposited to the credit of the Receiver-General at the Bank 
of Montreal. London. 

Amounts which are still liabilities, not having been paid, are introduced into the 
accounts under the mistaken notion that a statement of the transactions of the year 
is needed, whereas the payments alone should be included. Please, therefore, 
instruct your Agent at London to deposit to the credit of the Eeceiver-General the 
cash which he had on the 30th June last; to introduce in next year's statement the 
entire payments of the year, and among other items those which appear in the 
account* of 1878-70, but wore not paid. 



125 



I should like to have the cheques which your Agent draws on his bankers. I 
write thus early so that, if possiblo, we may all in future agree upon a mode of 
rendecing the statements. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your most obedient servant, 
(Signed) J. L. Mc DOUG ALL, 

J. C. Tach£, Esq., Auditor-General. 

Deputy Minister Agriculture. 

(Copy.) Ottawa, 5th December, 1879. 

{Sir, — Not having been furnished with an'appropriation htatementof the expendi- 
ture during l878-7y on account of Immigration and Quarantine, I have caused one to 
bo prepared, as nearly exact as to details as could be obtained from the papers in my 
hands. This statement exhibits the expenditure for the year, as shown by our ledger, 
which corresponds with that of the Finance Department. 

I send you herewith a copy, and in those cases where the expenditure exceeds or 
falls short of the appropriation, I have to ask that you will be pleased to have entered 
opposite such difference the cause, and return statement to me. 

On comparing this statement with that furnished by you to the Finance Depart- 
ment, and pi-inted for the Public Accounts, I have noted several discrepancies, a 
memorandum oi the principal of which I give you on the accompanying sheet 
(marked A). 

As I have previously informed you, my opinion is that the expenditure of each- 
year, as published, should be a true exhibit of the moneys paid and charged to the 
accounts for that year (see Audit Act, clause 36). I cannot realize any other way by 
which these accounts can correctly correspond. 

You will also please note that the Department should furnish these appropriation 
accounts (see Audit Act, clause 37). 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 
Dr. J. C. TachS, (Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Deputy Minister of Agriculture. Auditor- General. 



Department of Agriculture, 
(Cop)'.) Ottawa, 1st December, 1879. 

Sir, — I am to enclose to you herewith official cheque in favour of tho Hon. the 
Receiver-General, being a refund of $362 43 over-paid the Bank of Montreal here in 
July last, said amount having been paid by cheques drawn on Manitoba letter of 
credit. 

The amountjs chargeable to balance of 1878-79 appropriation. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 
(Signed) H. B. SMALL, 

J. L. McDougall, Esq., Acting Secretary, Department of Agriculture. 

Auditor-General, Ottawa. 

J. S. Donaldson $14 55 

Dr. Cameron 123 00 

W.Hespeler 224 88 

$362 43 

The above three items, together with another of $125, in the name of Rowland 
Bunting, erroneously treated in like manner, were twice repaid the bank, twico 
charged to the expenditure of 1878-79, though only paid once to the parties named. 
Tho attontion of tho Department having been called to the matter, correction was 
made by depositing cheques for $362.43 and $ 125 to the credit of the Receiver -General. 



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Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 80/7* June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— PENSIONS. 

Aivoi'n, oi" sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the 
Y» ax ended 80th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Vole. 



Sir vice. 



Miscellaneous a 

Sew militia pensions 6 

To meet the probable amount required for pen- 
sions to veterans of war of 1812 c 

Supplementary Vote 1878-79 

Compensation to pensioners in lieu of land 



Total expenditure. 
Unexpended balance .. .. . 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

1,280 00 
5,514 00 

35,000 00 
2,000 00 
7,000 00 

50,794 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 


$ cts. 

913 34 
5,283 00 

> 36,735 27 

6,039 54 




48,971 15 
1,822 85 



Expenditure, 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 


$ cts. 


366 66 
231 00 


264 73 


960 46 


1,822 85 





More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

John G-orman. 



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REMARKS. 



a. The unexpended balance of $366.66 is occasioned by the death in the early 
part of the year of S. Waller. 

b. The unexpended balance of $231 is occasioned by the death of Ehoda Smith 
and Jacob Stubbs, and a reduction of $48 in the amount payable to Mrs. George 
Prentice and children. 

c. Txpenditure, $36,735.27. There is included in this amount $240 which should 
have been charged against vote for "Militiamen, &c, Upper Canada, (War of 1312)," 
-also $75.27 for Queen's Printer's and stationery accounts which should have been 
charged against Departmental Contingencies. Deducting both of the above amounts 
the expenditure would be $36,420. 



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Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30/A June, 18*79 — Continued. 

PENSIONS— Continued. 

Account of sums expended, compared with sums estimated under statute, 
for the Year ended 80th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit 
upon e;nh sub-head. 



service. 



Estimate. 



Pensions to Judges, Quebec.,.., a 

do Ontario b 

do Nova Scotia c 

do New Brunswick d 

do Prince Edward Island—., e 



Miscellaneous. 

Late Province of Canada. / 

British Columbia - g 



Militia Pensions. 

For militiamen and widows of militiamen, Upper 

Canada (war of 1812) 

For militiamen, Lower Canada (war of 1812) 



Superannuation. 
For annual allowances to superannuated employes 



Total expenditure. 



Over expenditure 



$ cts. 

25,666 66 
3,200 00 
3,600 00 
2,133 33 



2,288 80 
6,941 12 



9,000 00 
1,000 00 



110,000 00 
163,829 91 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 

29,418 71 
7,717 64 
6,556 97 



2,000 00 



1,?01 16 
6,274 43 



Le^s than 
Estimate. 



$ cts. 



2,133 33 



Mure than 
Estimate. 



$ cts. 

3,752 05 
4,517 64 
1,956 1 



2,000 00 



987 64 
666 69 



5,920 00 3,080 00 
634 98 365 02 



113,531 63 



172,355 52 



7,232 68 



3,531 63 



15,758 29 



8,525 61 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and. 
is correct 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Audi lor- General. 
Examined, 

J^hn Gorman 



129 



REMARKS. 

a. The balance of $3,752.05 excess of expenditure on this estimate arises from 
the placing of Justices Taschereau and Loranger on the retired list. 

b. The increase in this case, $4,517.64, by the addition of Judges Burrows and 
Wells and Chief Justice Richards. 

c. The increase in this case, $1,956.97, by the addition of Judge Wilkins. 

d. The estimate in this case of $2,133.33 was not expended, the pensioner, Judge 
Wilraot, having died. 

e. This sum has been charged to pensions, and deducted from allowance of Hon. 
SirE. Hodgson, Kt, Lieut.-Governor of Prince Edward Island. 

/. The balance of $987.64 unexpended, occasioned by the removal, by death, of 
Madame Valiere de St. Eeal and Miss Ralston of the family of late Major-General 
Shaw. 

g. The balance of $666.69 unexpended, occasioned by the death during the year of 
R. J. Ker, late Auditor, British Columbia. 

h. Unexpended balance, $2,840.00. 

j Unexpended balance, $365.02. The above balances have lapsed as not being 
required, although a portion of these balances may be accounted for by the removal 
from the pension list of some of the old militiamen by death, yet it will appear that 
an over estimate has been made under these heads. 



5a— 9 



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Appropriaton Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879— Continued. 

VOTE— MILITIA. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for the 
Militia, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 



Salaries of Military Branch District Staff.... 

{Supplementary vote, 1878-79 a 

Salaries of Brigade Majors 6 

Allowance for drill instruction c 

Ammunition d 

Balance of appropriation, 1877-78, car- 
ried forward by O.C., 17th June, 1878 

Clothing e 

Balance of appropriation, 1877-78, car- 
ried forward by O.C , 18th June, 1878 

Military stores f 

Balance of appropriation, 1877-78, car- 
ried forward by C, 17th June, 1878 
Public Armouries and care of arms, inclu- 
ding storekeepers and caretakers, store- 
men and the rents, fuel and light of public 

armouries g 

Drill pay and all other incidental expenses 
connected with the drill and training of 

the militia h 

Supplementary vote, 1878-79 1 

Contingencies and general service not other- 
wise provided for, including assistance toj 
artillery and rifle associations and! 

bands of efficient corps j\ 

Drill sheds and rifle ranges k 

Supplementary vote, 1878-79 

Balance of appropriation, 1877-78, car- 
ried forward by O.C, 17th June, 1878 
Care and maintenance of military proper- 
ties transferred from the Ordnance and 
Imperial Government, including rents.. ..I 
Balance of appropriation, 1878-79, car- 
ried forward by C, 17th June, 1878 

Military College m 

Military Schools in Nova Scotia and New- 
Brunswick n 

Pay, maintenance and equipment of u A" 
and "B" Batteries Garrison Artillery 
and Schools of Gunnery at Kingston and 
Quebec , o 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

28,600 00) 
3,346 66 J 
20,000 00 
40,000 00 
40,000 00 "J 

23,639 06 J 
50,000 00 

10,128 13 
40,000 00 

62,936 56 



Expenditure compared 
with Grant. 



Expenditure. ; 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts, 

31,230 00 

15,913 54 
39,789 40 

52,297 18 I 



I 55,905 84 }■ 



111,784 97 



52,000 00 51,885 13 



155,000 00 
814 50 



50,000 00 
10,000 00 ) 
10,000 00 I 

4.356 61 J 

10,000 00 

19 51 

50,000 00 

10,000 00 



115,000 00 



154,284 34 

49,657 32 

23,453 73 

8,369 84 

41,422 26 

7 54 

113,923 48 



$ cts, 

716 66 

4,086 46 
210 60 



6,715 76 



More than 
Granted. 



114 87 
1,530 16 

342 68 

902 88 

1,649 67 
8,577 74 
9,992 46 

1,076 52 



% eta. 



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Department of Militia and Defence, 

Ottawa, 21st November, 1879. 

Sir, — In compliance with your circular dated 11th instant, I have now the 
honour to forward herewith, statement of expenditure for militia service for the financial 
year ending 30th June, 1879, from which you will be able to make a comparison of 
the yearly expenditure with the monthly accounts, and the Parliamentary 
appropriation. 

I have also to submit the following observations in regard to the difference 
between the estimates and the expenditure under each sub-head of the appropriatiou, 
viz. : - 

(a.) Salaries, Military Branch and District Staff. 

Unexpended balance, $716.66. This balance has lapsed. The original estimate 
provided for the salary of a paymaster in Military District No. 10, Manitoba, saved by 
the amalgamation of the duties with that of the storekeeper, the pay being charged 
to another vote. 

(b.) Brigade Majors. 

Unexpended balance, $4,086.46. This balance has lapsed, not being required- 
.a saving having been effected by a reduction of the staff of brigade majors. 

(c.) Allowance for Drill Instruction. 

Unexpended balance, $210.60. Balance lapsed after paying ail claims under that 
head received previous to the 30th June, 1879. The estimate for this service is 
asually framed as near* as possible, to mseb the probable expenditure for the year. 

(d.) Ammunition (e.) Clothing; (f.) Military Stores. 

Unexpended balances, $6,715.76. This balance was carried forward for three, 
months, under Order in Council of the 28th June, 1879, -to meet the payment of claims 
from the Imperial Government and contractors, for the supply of stores under the 
above heads which had been ordered during the year, but the accounts for which 
had not been received in time to enable the Department to make payment before the 
end of the financial year. 

(g.) Public Armouries and Care of Arms. 

Unexpended balance, $114.87. Balance lapsed. The estimate, it will be observed 
has been made as near as possible to meet the service required. 






(b.) Drill Pay and Camp Purposes. 

Unexpended balance, $1,530.16. Balance lapsed. The character of this service 
is such that it would be impossible to estimate for the exact amount required. 

(j.) Contingencies. 

Unexpended balance, $342.68. This balance has lapsed. This estimate is in 
tended to cover expenditures such as aid to rifle associations and bands of efficient 
-corps, and all contingencies of a general and unforeseen character connected with 
militia service. The estimate is made as near as possible with a view of meeting the 
probable expenditure, based upon previous years' experience. 

(k.) Drill Sheds and Rifle Ranges. 

Unexpended balance, $902.88. Balance carried forward to 1879-80 by Order 
in Council dated 28th June, 1879, to meet the payment of contractors' claims and 
others, entered into prior to the end of the financial year. 



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Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOtk June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— MILITIA.— Continued. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for the 
Militia, lor the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Yote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Expenditure compared 
with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Ordnance and equipment of batteries p 

Balance of appropriation, 1877-78, car- 
ried forward by 0.0 , 17th June, 1878 

Guard at Rideau Hall, pay and maintenance, 
supplementary vote, 1878-79 q 

To pay expenditure incurred in connection 
with precautionary means for defensive 
purposes, supplementary vote, 1878-79.. ..r 

To pay expenditure incurred through the 
calling out of the militia in aid of the 
civil power at Montreal and Quebec, in 
1878 , 5 13,000 00 

Cape Breton, 1876 , 622 81 


$ cts. 

1) 
V 9,101 71 

2,5C0 00 

3,000 00 

13,622 81 


$ cts. 
4,577 25 

2,103 95 

2,724 56 

11,768 57 


% cts. 
4,524 46 

396 05 

275 44 

1,854 24 
42,966 65 










814,065 55 


771,098 90 




Unexpended balance 






42,966 65 















I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

John Gorman. 



133 



(1.) Care and Maintenance of Military Properties. 

Unexpended balance, $1,649.6*7. Balance carried forward for three months, 
under Order in Council of the 28th June, 1879, to meet payment of claims that could 
not be received in time to pay before the end of the financial year. 

(m,) 'Royal Military College. 

Unexpended balance, $8,57*7.74. Balance lapsed as not being required. 
Amount made up by refunds, being contributions from cadets. 

(n.) Military Schools. 

Unexpended balance, $9,992.46. The sum of $7.54 only was expended under 
this head. The original estimate was to provide for two schools of instruction, 
previously in operation for six months of the year in the Provinces of Nova Scotia 
and New Brunswick, but subsequently were discontinued. The appropriation, there- 
fore, was not required. 

(o.) Pay, Maintenance, &c, of " A " and " B " Batteries, &c. 

Unexpended balance, $1,076.52. Balance has lapsed, not being required. 
The estimate has been framed to meet, as near as possible, the amount supposed to be 
necessary for the service. 

(p.) Ordnance and Equipment of Batteries of Artillery. 
Unexpended balance, $4,524.46. This balance lapsed, as not being required. 

(q.) Guard at Rideau Hall. 

Unexpended balance, $396.05. Balance lapsed. This being a new service, it 
was impossible to anticipate the exact amount necessary for the period covered by 
the estimate. The whole amount was not required. 

(r.) Precautionary Measures for Defensive Purposes, 

Unexpended balance, $275.44. Balance lapsed, the whole amount appropriated 
for this service not being required. 

(s.) Calling out the Militia in aid of Civil Power. 

Unexpended balance, $1,854.24. This balance was carried forward by Order in 
Council of the 28th June, 1879, to meet payment of claims which had not been finally 
.adjusted prior to the 30th June, 1879, the service having been performed in 1878. 



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MILITIA. 
a — Details of Salaries of Military Branch and District Staff. 



Expenditure under authority of Vote. 
1. Military Branch. 
1 Aide-de-camp to Lieut. -General 



2. District Staff, 



12 District Deputy- Adjutants-General, 12 months. 

8 do Paymasters, 12 months , 

1 do do 12 do 

1 
11 
12 



do 
do 

do 



do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 



3. Staff Contingencies. 

Allowance to the Adjutant-General at Head Quarters. 
do 12 District Deputy-Adjutants-General... , 



Expenditure under authority of Supplementary 
Votf, 1378-79. 

Assistant Inspector of Militia for the Maritime Provinces, from 
the 17th September, 1878, to 30th June, 1879 

Gratuity paid eight retiring officers consequent upon the amal- 
gamation of the offices of Paymaster and Storekeeper in 
various districts 



$ cts. 



4,800 00 

500 00 

50 00 

183 34 

600 00 



600 60 
6,000 00 



946 66 



2,150 00 



$ cts. 



1,000 00 



14,400 00 



6,133 34 



6,600 00 



$ cts. 



28,133 34 



3,096 66 



$31,230 00 



Account of sums expended, compared with sums estimated under Statute, 
for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit 
upon each sub-head. 



Service. 


Estimate. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Less than 
Estimate. 


More than 
Estimate. 


1. Military Branch. 

1 Major-General of Militia, including allowances.. 
1 Adjutant-General at Head Quarters 


$ cts. 

4,000 00 
2,600 00 


$ cts. 

4,000 00 
2,600 00 


$ cts. 


% cts--. 




6,600 00 


6,600 00 





I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- Genera I .. 
Examined, 

John Gorman. 



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Trusting that the accompanying statement with the foregoing explanations 
may meet the requirements of the Audit Act, 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

C. EUG. PANET, Lieut. -Colonel, 
Deputy-Minister of Militia and Defence. 

To the Auditor-General. 
Ottawa. 






Copy. 

Ottawa, 30th August, 1878. 

Sir, — You made a requisition for bills of exchange to pay stationery for the mili- 
tary college at Kingston. 

I believe the law prescribes that all stationery required for the different depart- 
ments is to be obtained through the stationery office. 

If I am correct in this view be good enough to conform to it in future. 

The bills of exchange above referred to have been completed. 

Your obedient servant, 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General 



C. E. Panet, Esq., 

Deputy-Minister of Militia, &c. 



Copy. 

Ottawa, 29th April, 1879. 

Sir, — Allow me to draw your attention to the signing of the vouchers forwarded 
to your department by Lieut.-Colonel Skinner, commanding 13th Battalion, Hamilton, 
Ontario. Instead of writing his name, he uses a stamp. 

I also find that two vouchers, furnished by Captain Davidson of Port Perry, 
Ontario, are not signed alike. It is impossible for me to decide which is the correct 
signature. In fact, Captain Davidson may not have signed either. In a case where 
the person entitled to receive money is not in a position to sign his name, the one 
who acts for him should sign as his attorney. 

I am, Sir, 

Yours, &c, 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



Lieut.-Colonel Panet, 

Deputy-Minister of Militia, 
Ottawa. 



136 



Copy. 

Ottawa, 3rd May, 1879. 

Sir, — I havo tho honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 29th 
ultimo, directing attention to tho signature of Lieut.-Colonel Skinner, commanding 
13th Battalion, which appears to have boon stamped instead of written. 

The attention of that officer will at once bo drawn to the matter, with a view 
of this irregularity being stopped in all receipts for moneys paid to him by the 
Department in future Meantime, should you so desire it, the receipts now in ques- 
tion shall bo roturnod for the written signature. 

flf With regard to the two vouchers furnished by Captain Davidson of Port Perry, 
Ontario, which do not appear to be signed alike, L would beg to refer you to the 
Acquittance Roll enclosed in my first letter of this date, which bears the proper signa- 
ture of Captain Davidson. 

Militia General Order No. 11, r of 16th May, 1878, and Clause 4 of Instructions, 
at foot of Acquittance Roll, provides for the case of a militiaman who acts for another 
in the receiving of moneys for drill pay, &c. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant. 



C. EUG. PANET, Lieut.-Colonel, 
Deputy-Minister of Militia and Defence. 



The Auditor-General, 

&c, &c, &c. 
Ottawa. 



Copy. 

Ottawa, 5th May, 1879. 

Sir,— I have the honour to acknowledge both of your letters of the 3rd inst., with 
explanations, and in answer, I beg to state that your explanations as to vouchers 
Nos. 19 and 23, in Paymaster Alger's district, are quite satisfactory. I acknowledge 
the recoipt of cheques in support of the payments made to the pensioners (veterans) 
of the war of 1812, but I should like you also to furnish me in support of this the 
vouchers, the same as you furnished for the U. C. militia pensions and a statement. 

My point with reference to Captain Davidson's signature is this, if the signature 
purports to be made by an individual, it should be made by the hand of that indivi- 
dual. On the other hand, if the signature is made by another person for any one, 
it should be in the form 

JOHN ROBERTSON, 
Per THOMAS JONES. 

I am, Sir, 

Yours, &c, 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Lieut.-Colonel Panet, 

Deputy-Minister of Militia, 
Ottawa. 



137 



Ottawa, 19th May, 1879. 

Sir, — I have the honour, by the direction of the Honourable the Minister of 
Militia and Defence, to request that a letter of credit for six thousand dollars ($6,000) 
may issue in favour of the treasurer of the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association 
(Lieut.-Colonel Macpherson), for the purpose of paying the expenses of sending a 
•Canadian team to compete at Wimbledon this year. 

The above mentioned sum to be made a charge, after the 1st July next against 
the Parliamentary vote, No. 69, of forty-six thousand dollars, under the head of con- 
tingencies, including aid to rifle associations, &c, &c, for the financial year ending 
30th June, 1880. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

C. EUG. PANET, 

Deputy- Minister of Militia and Defence. 
The Auditor-General, 
Ottawa. 



■Copy. 

Ottawa, 26th May, 1879. 

Sir,— With reference to your application, dated 19th inst., to pay the treasurer 
of the Dominion of Canada Eifle Association $6,000, I have to inform you that it is 
impossible to use before the 1st of July an appropriation for the coming financial 
year. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. Mc DOUG ALL, 

Auditor-General, 
Lieut.-Colonel Panet, 

Deputy-Minister of Militia and Defence. 



Copy. 

Ottawa, 8th July, 1879. 

Sir, — In auditing the payments made to the veterans of the war of 1812-15, for 
the years 1878-9, I find that a cheque issued in favour of one Antoine Archambault, 
and paid by the Bank Ville Marie, is endorsed by "Clotildo (her X mark) Gaudette," 
stating she is the widow of the late Antoine Archambault, he having died on the 1st 
July, 1878, the date on which the cheque was issued. It is also witnessed by C. T. 
Germain and F. G. Boutillier. 

Is it customary in such cases to pay the whole amount of the pensions for the 
coming year in advance to the heirs or administrators of deceased pensioners. 

I am, Sir, 

Yours, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
Lieut.-Colonel Panet, 

Deputy -Minister of Militia, <fcc. 



138 



Ottawa, 10th July, 1879. 

Sik. — In Answer to TOOT loiter, dated 8th inst., concerning one Antoine Archam' 
tniult, lato militiaman of 1812-15, I beg to inform you that it is the custom to pay 
on the 1st of July, or as soon as possible after that date, the whole amount of the 
pension ($20) to veterans who aro alive on that date. Thus, the pension for the 
coming year in advance is paid. According to this* ruling, the veteran Antoine 
Archainbault who was alive on the 1st July, was entitled to his pay. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



J. L. McDouoall, Esq., 

Auditor-General. 



C. EUG. PANET, 

Deputy -Minister of Militia and Defence, 



139 



PUBLIC WOEKS. 



INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY. 

Finance Department, 

Ottawa, 12th November, 1879. 

Sir, — In accordance with the regulations established by minutes of the Treasury 
Board of the 11th June last, under which T am authorized to continue in charge of 
the audit of the accounts of the railways belonging to the Dominion Government, I 
have now the honour to report that during my recent tour of inspection in the Mari- 
time Provinces, I completed, in the general offices at Moncton and Charlottetown, 
the usual verification of the transactions of the Intercolonial Railway and of Prince 
Edward Island Railway, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1879, and that I found 
the railway books in perfect accord with the returns and vouchers for that period,, 
received from time to time at Ottawa. 

This being my first report under the Audit Act of 1878, it may be well to 
explain here in as concise a way as possible, the general manner in which the fiscal 
business of the railways operated by Government is conducted, in order that the 
difficulties experienced in adjusting the transactions for entering in the Dominion 
books at Ottawa, under the Parliamentary heads of account, within the time fixed 
by the Audit Act, may be more thoroughly understood. 

In the first place, although there is no separate Parliamentary appropriation 
under the head of railway stores, there is every year a large outlay constantly going 
on from month to month to recoup the large stock of stores, sometimes reaching a 
value of over two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, which it is'necessary to keep on 
hand ready for use at any moment. 

Under the system of accounting followed in the railway offices no stores are 
ever charged to either capital or working expenses until actually issued for consump- 
tion, and as the issues are made in very small quantities from hour to hour from no 
less than twelve stores at different points along the line of the Intercolonial Railway, 
considerable delay must necessarily elapse after the close of every month before all 
the issues can be checked and returns made to the accountant, upon which alone 
charges to debit of capital account or working expenses can be made in his books, 
and returns prepared for the Departments at Ottawa. 

There is another disturbing element in connection with railway expenditures,, 
arising from the fact that large sums of money must be paid out every month to 
meet back charges and settlements with other lines, none of which is chargeable to 
the heads of account recognized by Parliament. 

Payments on railway account are made (1) chiefly by cheques issued and signed 
by the accountant, and countersigned by the Chief Superintendent and drawn against 
credit opened in their favour with banks on the spot, under the authority of the 
Finance Department, and (2) by payments under certificates issued direct by the- 
Railway Department at Ottawa. Every cheque issued is payable to order, particu- 
lars of the payment are written upon its face, and the number of the voucher which 
represents it is also appended. 

On the 8th, 15th, 22nd, and last day of every month, a return of all cheques 
issued is made up by the accountant, and transmitted to the Finance Department, 
upon the receipt of which a cheque to recoup the bank for the amount is remitted 
and charged, at Ottawa, to a railway suspense account. 

The bank also sends weekly statements of the letter of credit account with the- 
cheques paid. As soon as possible after the close of every month I also receive from 
the Railway Department, in a condensed form, returns showing how all moneys 
have been applied and accounted for during the month, every cheque issued being 
represented by a voucher. All these documents are carefully examined in my office, 
and subsequently verified by a thorough examination of the books on the spot in the- 
general offices, during my visits of inspection. 



140 



Tlio general oilicos aro divided into various Departments, through which all 
expenditures, M WOlJ aa tho railway traffic are managed and accounted for. 

There is B rigid system of local audit established in the general offices, under 
whioh every account is thoroughly chocked and certified by officers of the branch, 
to which it belongs. All bills aro further certified by the Chief Superintendent 
before an}- oheqoe in payment is issued by tho accountant. 

The traffic of (lie railway is also most thoroughly chocked by a Traffic Auditor, 
who also makes a daily audit of tho cash-book. 

During mv visit to tho general offices I make a rigid examination of tho busi- 

done in the several Departments, scrutinize closely the details of tho various 

ta of expenditures in the subsidiary books, and test tho work in such a manner 
as to thoroughly satisfy myself that the local audit is satisfactorily performed, and 
that all the returns received at Ottawa, from tho accountant, are in perfect accord 
with his books, as well as with the original data upon which his entries havo been 
based. 

I havo entered into these details in order to show that the fiscal business of the 
Government Railways is of such an exceptional character that it is impossible to deal 
with it in the same manner as with other branches of the public service, or to conduct 
the audit in strict accordance with the. law as it now stands. 

In all other services, every payment can be charged direct to the head of 
account under which the expenditure has been voted by Parliament, whereas, for 
the reasons I have stated, the same course cannot be followed in dealing with rail- 
way outlay, a large portion of which must always remain in suspense until the 
accounts have been adjusted, as I have shown in the general offices from month to 
month, and the returns upon which alone I am permitted to base transfer entries 
from the suspense account to the capital and working expenses account from month 
to month, can be prepared for the Dominion ledger. 

It will therefore be easily understood, that as the returns are always at least one 
month in arrear in reaching my office, it is almost impossible to prevent over ex- 
penditure here, or even to ascertain how the Parliamentary appropriations really 
stand at the close of any year, until long after the outlay has actually taken place. 

Under these circumstances, I am of opinion that Clause 36 of the Audit Act, 
which authorizes unexpended balances to be carried forward for three months after 
the close of the fiscal year, should be amended. It provides, ' l that upon causes being 
" shown to tho satisfaction of the Governor in Council, he may, by Order in Council 
" to be made before the first of August of each year, extend the time for finally closing 
11 the account of any appropriation for a period of not more than three months from 
" the end of the financial year, after the expiration of which extended time, and not 
" before, the balance of such appropriation shall lapse and be written off." 

As I have shown that it is impossible to ascertain how the railway appropriations 
really stand until after the 1st of August in any year, it seems only reasonable that 
the time (1st August) up to which authority may be given by Order in Council for 
carrying forward unexpended balances of appropriations, is too limited, and ought 
therefore, as regards railway appropriations, at least, to be extended. If this be not 
done, balances may hereafter, as happened to be the case at the close of the last fiscal 
year, lapse before the accounts can be adjusted, or any steps can be taken to carry 
them forward, and make them available for the completion of the service of the year, 
for which they were voted. 

I regret to have to repeat here what I have already reported to you, that the 
appropriations for working the railways were exceeded during the last fiscal year. 

From the explanations already given in the present report, it will be easily under- 
stood that it is impossible, outside of he Railway Department, to control their expendi- 
tures, or keep them within the limits of the Parliamentary appropriations under the 
stringent provisions of the present Audit Act. 

Appended to this report are general summaries of the transactions of the Inter- 
colonial Railway, and of the Prince El ward Island Railway, for fiscal year ended 



141 



30th June, 1879, which will be found to correspond with the Dominion ledger and 
railway books, and statements at that date. 

As the reports of the railway officials to be printed and laid before Parlia- 
ment will, I understand, enter very fully into all the particulars of the transactions 
of the year, and afford all necessary explanations as to the excessive expenditure to 
which I have alluded, I deem it unnecessary to repeat them here, or to encumber 
this report with statements of details which I have already prepared for the Public 
Accounts. 

Should any further information be required, I shall be happy to procure it if 
necessary from the railway offices, and furnish it with all convenient speed. 



I have the*honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



THOMAS D. TIMS, 

Financial Inspector 



J. L. AjcDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General, 
Ottawa. 



1 \i 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879. — Continued. 

PUBLIC WORKS. 



VOTE- CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sums granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879 ; showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Fort William to Sunshine Creek 

Sunshine Creek to English River... a 

Rat Portage to Cross Lake 

Cross Lake to Red River I 

Telegraph Lines and Roadway 

Fort Francis Lock 

do do Expenditure $47,971 32 

Less supplies to surveys... $10,131 73 
do Jos. Whitehead. 3,117 37 

do Indians 66 00 

13,315 10 



Main Land, British Columbia 

Pembina Branch 

■Georgian Bay Branch 

Between Lake Superior and Keewatin 

Spikes 

Surveys 



Deduct over-expenditure 

Balance unexpended e 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

5,500 00 

214,000 00 

1,033,000 00 

52,500 00 

161,700 00 

10,000 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



500,000 00 1 
550,000 00 
100,000 00 
300 000 00 
20,000 00 



2,949,700 00 



$ cts. 

5,645 41 
232,121 74 
895,108 63 
135,852 51 



34,656 22 

15,000 00 

227,830 17 

194,711 65 

138,140 77 

17,284 09 

281,123 9 

2,240,285 47 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ 



cts. 



137,891 37 
loi,'889"64 



More than 
Granted. 



485,000 00 
322,169 83 

161,85923 

2,715 91 



1,211,525 98 
502,111 45 

709,414 53 



% cts. 

145 41 
18,121 74 



83,352 51 



24,656 22 



94,711 65 
281*1*23*92 



502,111 45 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



a.and b. As the Pacific Railway appropriation was but one vote, the Government was not limited 
to the estimated expenditure for each sub- head, and therefore these expenditures were admissible. 

c. The Georgian Bay Branch sub-head has been charged with the expenditure on the Canada 
Central Extension, on account of the grouping above mentioned of the sub-heads in one vote, and 
because there was no specific sub-head for it. 

d. Between Lake Superior and Keewatin, $300,000. This amount was in a supplementary estimate 
•of the Session, in which the principal estimaies were introduced, and the sub-division was not made, so 
that it was impossible to determine how much it was expected by Parliament should be expended on 
«ach sub-division of the Railway from Lake Superior to Keewatin. 

e. This arises from works not having been proceeded with as rapidly as expected. 



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Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued 

VOTE— INTERCOLONIAL BAILWAY. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Yote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Supple- 
mentary. 


Total Grant. 


Expendi- 
ture. 


Expenditure 
Compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Balance of Appropriation, 
1877-78, made available by 
O.C., up to 30th Sept., 1878 a 

Amount of Vote, 1877-78 ..... 

Extension into Halifax b 

Extension to deep water, St. 
John c 

Amount required to pay for 
construction of engine- 
house at Ste. Flavie 


% 

78,500 
20,000 
20,000 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

1 118,500 00 
25,000 00 

100,000 00 
5,721 02 

101,753 00 


$ cts. 

52,816 69 
21,282 78 

45,771 70 
5,721 02 

101,047 00 


$ cts. 

65,683 31 
3,717 22 

54,228 30 


% cts. 


20,000 00 
5,000 00 

5,721 02 
101,753 00 




Amount of Award in favor 
of Messrs. Boggs & Murray, 
for work under Contract, 
Section 19, and expenses in 
connection therewith, in ac- 
cordance with judgment of 
the Exchequer Court d 


706 00 






226,639 19 




















350,974 02 




124,334 83 




Balance unexpended.... 


124,334 83 




Prince Edward Island Rail- 
way e 






49,000 00 


40,129 05 


8,870 95 













I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



a. The appropriation of 1877-78, brought forward by Order in Council, lapsed the 30th September, 
1879, when the amount expended was only $27,143.43, 

b and e. Payments had not been completed on the 30th June, 1879, when the appropriation lapsed. 

c. Freight sheds, track-laying and grading not proceeded with. 

d. Balance not required. 



144 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— CANALS. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. 



Lachine Cnnal a 

Cornwall Canal b 

St. Lawrence Canal c 

Welland Canal d 

St. Anne's Lock and Canal, e 
Carillon Lock and Canal... / 

Grenville Canal g 

Supplementary Grant 



Culbute (improving approach 

to Canal) h 

Supplementary Grant 



St. Peter's Canal i 

Rideau Canal (balance from 

1877-'78) j 

Miscellaneous Canals k 



Total 
Grant. 



% cts. 



250,000 00 
480 06 



24,000 00 
9,000 00 



Unexpended 

Deduct over-expenditure. 

Balance unexpended. 



5,529,580 06 



Expenditure. 



% cts. 

2,000,000 00 

250,000 00 

46,000 00 

2,500,000 00 

50,000 00 

240,000 00 



250,480 06 



33,000 00 
144,100 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



$ cts. 

958,053 30 

143,092 05 

9,265 77 

1,552,697 41 

22,113 02 

24,516 00 



218,625 24 



20,694 19 
107,337 75 

7,703 88 
3,288 62 



3.067,387 23 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 

1,011,946 70 
106,907 95 

36,734 23 
947,302 59 

27,886 98 
215,484 00 



31,854 82 



12,305 81 
36,762 25 



6,711 38 



More than 
Granted. 



2,463,896 71 
1,703 88 



2,462,192 83 



cts- 



1,703 88" 



2,463,896 71 j 1,703 88 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson, 



a, b, d, h and i. Works not proceeded with as rapidly a3 expected. 
c and e. Not placed under contract. 
/. Works suspended. 
g. Over-estimated. 

j. Casual difference between estimates and expenditure, 
/r. Not all required. 



145 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— PUBLIC BUILDINGS, OTTAWA. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Yote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Total 

Grant. 

i 

1 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


■Grounds a 

Balance from 1877-78 ... 

Main Tower (balance from 1877-'78)6 
Governor General's Warrant, 
O.C., 28th Sept., 1878 .... 


$ cts. 

28,100 00 
2,432 15 

3,429 07 

2,600 00 


$ cts. 
30,532 15 

6,029 07 

46,135 34 
8,000 00 


% cts. 
24,022 70 

5,939 94 

39,513 46 
7,703 24 


$ cts. 
6,509 45 

89 13 

6,621 88 

296 76 


$ cts. 






Extension of Western Block 


25,000 00 

148,409 78 

10,000 00 




Balance from 1877-'78 




Supplementary Grant 








Less this amount lapsed 30tb 
Sept., 1878 c 


183,409 78 
137,274 44 




EasternBlock,Attics,Supplement'ry<i 










1 




90,696 56 


77,179 34 


j 13,517 22 




Unexpended 


13,517 22 















1 certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



a. Steel-masts and fountain not yet placed. 

b. Work completed and balance not required. 

c. Caused by contractors not having executed work to extent calculated on. 

d. Water service, heating apparatus and gas postponed. 



5 a— 10 



14G 



Appropriation Accounts Jor Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1&1 9 — Continued 
VOTE— IMPROVEMENT OF NAVIGABLE RIVERS. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1819, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


I mprovement of Navigable Rivers a 

St. Lawrence, removal of chains and anchors b 

Neebish Rapids, River St. Mary, Lake Huron c 

Oromocto Shoals, River St. John, Supplementary 
Vote d 


$ cts. 

10,060 00 

15,000 00 

9,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,410 25 


$ cts. 

9,287 76 
8,249 16 
8,944 23 

3,530 00 

710 07 


$ cts. 

712 24 

6,750 84 

55 77 

1,470 00 

700 18 


$ cts. 


Cowichan River, B. C, removal of obstructions, 
balance from 1877-78 * 












40,410 25 










Total expenditure 


30,721 22 


9,689 03 














9,689 03 













I certify that this account has been exam ined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



a. Balance not required. 

b. Works not carried on as expected. 

c. Petty accounts outstanding. 

d. Contractor prevented completing work by height of water in river. 

e. Balance not required. 



117 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//i June, 1879 — Continued. 

YOTE— PUBLIC BUILDINGS, ONTAKIO. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Guelph Custom House, Excise and 
Post Office 

Kingston Military College and re- 
pairing Forts a 

Supplementary grant 

Windsor Post Office and Custom 

House ....& 

Brantford Public Offices c 

Custom House, Toronto, Supplemen- 
tary Vote 

Ottawa Drill Shed.... 

Expenditure $4,050 00 

Less deposit by City 

of Ottawa. 2,050 00 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



30,000 00 
20,000 00 



Ottawa Post Office — Balance from 
1877-78 d 

London Military Grounds — Balance 
from 1877-78 e 



Total grant... 

Total expenditure... 
Unexpended balance. 



Total 
Grant. 



$ cts. 
4,000 00 

50,000 00 

30,000 00 
25,000 00 

1,529 00 
2,000 00 



2,412 51 
1,571 67 

118,563 18 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 
4,000 00 

43,774 06 

18,512 30 
9,J16 91 

1,529 00 

2,000 00 
13 77 



80,996 04 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted 



% cts. 



6,225 94 

11,487 70 
15,883 09 



More than 
Granted. 



2,398 74 



37,567 14 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



a. Outstanding accounts not paid, and work not prosecuted as intended. 

b. Site enlarged — plan ©f building changed to suit new site. 

c. Work not proceeded with as fast as contemplated. 

d. Site not yet paid for, price not having been agreed upon before possession was taken. 

e. Fence uot yet erected as enclosure to the whole property. 



5 a — 10J 



143 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 18*79 — Continued* 

VOTE— PUBLIC BUILDINGS, QUEBEC. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Repairing Fortifications, Quebec a 

Balance from 1877-78 



Post Office and Custom House, St. 

r John, P. Q 

Montreal Examining Warehouse — 

Balance from 1877-78 

Supplementary grant 



Total grant. 

Total expenditure 

Unexpended balance. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

60,000 00 
6,128 25 



8,466 25 
10,000 00 



Total 
Grant. 



$ cts, 

66,128 25 
4,000 00 

18,466 25 
88,594 50 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts, 

51,736 91 
4,000 00 

8,466 25 

64,203 16 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts, 



14,391 34 



10,000 00 



24,391 34 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General 

Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



a. Vote was asked in anticipation of the Dufferin improvements being proceeded with. 



149 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 80th June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— PUBLIC BUILDINGS, NEW BKUNSWICK. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Custom House, St. John, N.B a 

Sayings Banks do 

Post Office do b 

Fredericton Public Offices c 

Chatham Post Office, supplementary 

St. John Public Buildings, balance from 1877-78... 

Post Office 1,741 78 

Custom House 8,090 24 

Barracks 74 88 

Savings Bank 6,130 00 



Total grant* 

Total expenditure 

Unexpended balance. 






Grant. 



$ cts, 

85,000 00 
30,000 00 
70,000 00 
13,000 00 
790 00 
16,036 90 



214,826 90 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 

46,292 27 

3<>,000 00 

27,960 41 

1,971 28 

790 00 



123,050 86 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts, 
38,707 73 



42,039 59 
11,028 72 



91,776 04 
91,776 04 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

J. H. P. aiBSON. 



a, b and c. Contracts for work not allotted at time calculated upon. 



150 



Appropriation Accounti for Fiscal Year ended 30//i June, 1879— Continued. 

70TB— PUBLIC BUILDINGS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

AOOOUNT of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 80th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 





Graut. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 




Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 




% cts. 

3,000 00 
2,000 00 

5,000 00 


$ cts. 

77 31 


$ cts. 

2,922 69 
2,000 00 


$ cts. 


Sidney, C. B., Quarantine Hospital b 

Total °rant 












Total expenditure '. 


77 31 


4,922 69 
4,922 69 


















I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

.1. H. P. Gibson. 



a. Contract for work not allotted at time calculated upon. 

b. Site not selected. 



151 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended oOth June, 18*79 — Continued. 

VOTE— PUBLIC BUILDINGS, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head or Yote. 



Service. 


I 

Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure, 


Expenditure 
Compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Public Buildings, Repairs .., a 

Custom House, Storehouse, Wharf, Victoria b 


$ cts. 
1,000 00 

5,000 00 


$ cts. 
815 50 


$ cts. 
184 50 

5,000 00 


$ Ct3. 






Total grant 


6,000 00 




Total expenditure 


815 50- 


5-18-4 50 




Unexpended balance 


5, 184 53 








I certify that this account has been examined under my directions- and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- Oe neraL 

Examined, 

J. H. P. OlBSON. 






a. Balance not required. 

ft. Dispute as to "Foreshore.' 



152 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— PUBLIC BUILDINGS GENERALLY. 

'\t of Bams expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 80th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Public Buildings generally 


$ cts. 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 


$ cts. 
9,996 78 

9,996 78 


$ cts. 
3 22 


$ cts.. 














3 22 




1 







I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General* 



Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



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Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 18*79 — Continued 

VOTE— PENITENTIABIE8. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Yote. 



Service. 



General Penitentiary, Maritime Pro- 
vinces c 

Balance from 1877-78 



Grant. 



St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. ...6 
Balance from 1877-78 



$ cts. 

17,000 00 
52,954 93 



Total 
Grant. 



Less unexpended balance 
lapsed 30th September 

Manitoba (outbuildings)...,. c 

British Columbia Penitentiary d 

Balance from 1877-8 



9,000 00 
8,718 04 

17,718 04 

4,742 54 



Less unexpended balance 
lapsed 30th September 



10,000 00 



12,915 89 
2,519 89 



Kingston Penitentiary e 

Total grant 

Total expenditure 

Unexpended balance 



% cts. 



69,954 93 



12,975 50 
3,000 00 



10,396 00 
12,500 00 

108,826 43 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



$ cts. 



Less than 
Granted. 



11,698 84 
78 50 



-3,021 04 
10,906 43 



89,439 53 



$ cts. 



6,220 21 



1,276 66 
2,921 50 



7,374 96 
1,593 57 



19,386 90 



More than 
Granted. 



% cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

>J. L. McDOTJGALL, 
Examined, Auditor- General. 

J. H. P. Gibson. 

«, b and c. Work not executed a3 fast as contemplated. 

d. Contractors' accounts not being settled. 

c. Work not executed as speedily as anticipated. 



154 



Appropriation AccoutUs lor Fiscal Year ended 30/A June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— RENTS, REPAIRS, &c. 

>UNT oi' sums expended, compared with the sums granted, for the Year 
ended 80th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head or Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. 



Rents, repairs, furniture, heating, 

Ac 

Supplementary grant 



$ cts. 



170,000 00 
45,296 66 



Total 
Grant. 



$ Ct3. 



215,296 66 



Rideau Hall 56,489 27 • 

Ottawa Buildings, 118,598 60 ! 
Other Buildings... 51,533 51 a 



Heating Public Buildings I | 40,000 00 

Removal of snow, Public Buildings,) 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



More than 
Granced. 



$ cts. 



Ottawa. 

Rideau Hall 486 05 

Ottawa Buildings. 959 81 



Gas, Public Buildings, Ottawa..... 

Allowance for fuel and light, Rideau 
Hall 



1,800 00 



d I 18,000 00 



Total grant , 

Total expenditure...., 
Unexpended balance. 



5,000 00 
280,096 66 



226,621 38 
35,102 47 

1,445 86 

11,259 00 

5,000 00 



4,897 53 

354 14 

6,711 00 



11,324 72 



279,428 71 I 11,992 67 



667 95 



11,324 72 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL,' 

Auditor -General. 



a. Kxpenditure at Rideau Hall greater than anticipated. 

b. Owing to the mildness of the winter the consumption of fuel was less than usual. 
e. The snow fall being unusually light the expenditure was less than anticipated. 

d. Only three quarters accounts paid— last quarter paid in 1879-80. 



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Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th Jane, 1879 — Continued. 

YOTE— HARBORS, ONTARIO. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head or Yote. 



Service. 



Kincardine Harbor.. 

Balance from 1877-78. 



Morpeth, Lake Erie 

Balance from 1877-78. 



Toronto Earbor b 

Collingwood Harbor ..c 

Pickering Harbor d 

Bayfield Harbor, Supplementary .. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

5,000 00 
2,578 54 



7,500 00 
7,500 00 



Total grant 

Total expenditure — 
Unexpended balance. 



Total 
Grant. 



$ cts. 



7,578 54 



15,000 00 

12,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

4,950 00 

54,528 54 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 



7,578 54 



92 60 

11,746 88 
4,104 81 
4,999 00 
4,950 00 | 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



33,471 83 



14,907 40 

253 12 

5,895 19 

1 00 



21,056 71 
21,056 71 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 






I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
s correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor -General. 

Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



a. Work not undertaken. 

b and i. Balance not required. 

c. Work not proceeded with to extent anticipated. 



156 



Appropriation AccoutUi for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879— Continued. 

VOTE— HAEBOBS AND BREAKWATERS, QUEBEC. 

iUNT of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Total 
Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 

$ cts. 
1,672 97 


More than 
Granted. 


Lower St. Lawrence a 

Balance from 1877-78 


$ cts. 

20,000 00 
3,160 06 


$ cts. 

23,160 06 

10,000 00 

4,151 65 

37,311 71 


% cts. 

21,487 09 

10,000 00 

4,151 65 


$ cts.. 


Matane Harbor 

Chicoutinii Harbor , 






Total grant 












Total e^ penditure 


35,638 74 












Unexpended balance... 


1,672 97 















I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibsox. 



a. Balance not required. 



157 



Appropriation Accounts jor Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— HAEBOES AND BEEAKWATEES, NEW BEUNSWICK. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the snm granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



St. John Harbor 

Black River, St. John County a 

Grand Anse, Gloucester County b 

Shippegan Breakwater, Gloucester 

County c 

Balance from 1877-78 



The portion of this amount unex- 
pended on the 30th Sept., 1878, 
oein kSpt in force by a Governor 

General's Warrant 

Less lapsed 



Woodward's Cove, Grand Manan...d 
Roche Bay Pier, Anderson's Hollow.e 

Clifton Breakwater. f 

Balance from 1877-78 



Total grant , 

Total expenditure. ... 
Unexpended balance. 



6,000 00 
9,800 00 



15,800 CO 
60 00 



1,000 00 
4,434 25 



Total 
Grant. 



% cts 

16,000 00 
4,500 00 
2,000 00 



15,740 00 
2,500 00 
3,000 00 



5,434 25 



49,174 25 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 

16,000 00 
3,907 40 
1,961 41 



627 75 



1,260 00 
4,916 00 

28,672 56 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted, 



% cts. 



592 60 
38 59 



15,112 25 
2,500 00 
1,749 00 



518 25 



20,501 69 



More than 
Granted. 



% cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 






J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- Genera L 



Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



a, b and/. Works completed. Balance not required. 

c. Works abandoned by contractor, and not afterwards proceeded with. 

d. Works not undertaken. 

e. Works only commenced May, 1879. 



158 



Appropriation Account* for Fiscal Year ended '\Qth June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— HAKBOK8 AND BREAKWATERS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Annapolis River, Annapolis Co a 

Mordon, Kings Co 

Ragged Pond. 

Cow Bay, Cape Breton b 

Bayfield e 

Scott's Bay 

Canada Creek 

Pudding Pan d 

West Arichat e 

Somerville , / 

Hampton 

Dulap's Cove 

Margarce, C.B 

Lingan Breakwater ...g 

Port Hood Breakwater h 

Three Fathom Harbor i 

Antigonish Harbor, balance from 1877-78 .j 

Oak Point Breakwater, Supplementary Vote. 

General Repairs, Maritime Provinces k 




$ cts. 

1,500 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

10,000 00 

3,000 00 

1,350 85 

530 00 

15,000 00 



Total grant 

Total expenditure 

Unexpended balance. 



73,380 85 



1,000 00 
2,000 00 
999 74 
4,820 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
5,714 75 
5,348 29 
4,992 25 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 



149 73 
2,999 94 



530 00 
9,062 29 



51,614 99 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cta.i 



More than 
Granted. 



% cts. 
1,500 00 



26 
180 00 



285 25 

651 71 
9 75 



2,000 00 

9,850 27 

06 

1,350 85 

5,937 71 



21,765 86 



21,765 86 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



J. L. McDOUG-ALL, 

Auditor- General. 



a, $, h andy. Works not proceeded with, 
*i c t 4, /and i. Works completed. Balance not required. 
e. Works only undertaken to amount of expenditure. 
k. Balance sot required. 



159 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— HARBORS AND BREAKWATERS, PRINCE EDWARD 

ISLAND. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Yote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Total 
Grant. 


Ex- 

penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 

$ cts. 
11,837 05 

20 76 

27 97 

63 20 

2,6>9 80 

1,110 30 


More than 
Granted. 


Colville Bay, Souris a 

Malpeque Breakwater b 

Balance from 1877-78 


$ cts. 


$ cts, 
20,000 00 

4,218 20 
1,500 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 

3,245 70 


$ cts. 
8,162 95 

4,197 44 
1,472 03 
3,936 80 
1,370 20 

2,135 40 


$ cts. 


3,500 00 
718 20 




New London c 






Big Miminigash, P.E.I d 

Wood Island Breakwater e 










St. Peter's Bay,Kings County, balance 
from 1877-78 / 






Total grant 


36,963 90 












21,264 42 


15,699 48 














15,699 48 














SI 


jdes a; 


NT) boo: 


MS. 




Supplementary Grant to pay profes- 
sional services in the case Chevrier 
vs. Regina, Gatineau River Booms. 




400 00 


400 00 




i 







I certify that these accounts have been examined under my directions 
and are correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Audtor- General. 

Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



a. Work not commenced until late in the year. 

6, c, d and/. Works completed. Balance not required. 

e. Caused by delay of contractor in commencing work. 



160 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— DREDGING. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the 
Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Vote. 



9- 

Service. 


Grant. 


Total 
Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 




$ cts. 

10,000 00 
100,000 00 


$ cts. 

110,000 00 
15,000 00 

13,320 00 

7 


$ cts. 

100,970 92 
15,000 00 


$ cts. 
9,029 08 

13,320 00 


$ cts. 


Dredging a 










Kem.>val of rock, Victoria Harbor, 

L.C b 

Balance from 1877-78, Gover- 
nor-General's Warrant 


8,000 00 
5,320 00 








' 138,320 00 










Tota ! expenditure 


115,970 92 


22,349 08 












Unexpended balance 


22,349 08 










1 







I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 

Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson, 



a Balance not required, 

b Work not proc cded with. Appropriation not considered sufficient 



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Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended ZOth June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— MI SCELLANEOUS. '^^SKWtk 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. 



% cts. 



Miscellaneous works, not otherwise 

provided for a | 

Surveys and Inspections. b j 

Arbitrations and Awards c 15,000 00 

Supplementary 1000 00 

Survey, Winter Ferry, P. E. I. I 



Total grant 

Total expenditure 

Unexpended balance. 






Total 
Grant. 



$ cts. 



10,000 00 
45,000 00 



16,000 00 
5,000 00 

76,000 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts, 



3,961 04 
33,417 87 



7,261 22 
5,000 00 



49,640 13 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



6,038 96 
11,582 13 



8,738 78 
26,359 87 

26,359 87 



M'tre than 
Granted. 



% cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOCJaALL, 

Auditor- General 
Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



a. Not required. 

b. Over-estimated. 

c. Not required ; many claims n A acted upon. 



5a— 11 



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Audit Office, 

Ottawa, 27th August, 1878. 

DKAB Sir, — There is no balance of the vote for the Tower, and therefore I cannot 
certify for the payment to Mr. McKay of $295.38 on the certificate from you as now 
made out. 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



Ottawa, 25th September, IS 78. 

Sir,— In reply to your letter of the 22nd ultimo respecting the superannuation 
of Mr. Sippell, 1 have the honour to state that having recovered his health, the state 
of which had necessitated his retirement, Mr. Sippell has been able to continue his 
connection with the work in which he had previously been engaged. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

R BBAUN, 

Secretary. 

J L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General. 



5th November, 1878. 

Dear Sir, — The Auditor suggests that it would be very convenient if you would 
apply the Letter of Credit system to all Mr. Harper's payments. No difficulty ought 
to arise (when a pay-list for labour, etc., is properly authenticated and it is intended 
to disburse the money through the paymaster) in issuing a cheque against your 
credit in Mr. Harpers favour to enable him to pay, and the same should be done 
with other miscellaneous payments that it might be found convenient to pay through 
the paymaster. If this is done it will obviate the necessity for a Bank account for 
Mr. Harper at all, and all payments made through him will appear in your monthly 
statement, to the Auditor. 

If you see no objection to this suggestion you might begin with your present 
application which I re-enclose to you for that purpose. 

Your obedient servant, 

J. PATTEBSON, 

Assistant Auditor. 

T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public "Works. 



103 



Ottawa, 15th November, 1878. 
Sir, 

In reply to your enquiry of the loth inst., with reference to the sum of $2,734.22 
relative to the Cutler matter in connection with the Cornwall Canal, I beg to state 
that the Department of Justice will be.better able to give you the information asked, 
as the cheque for that amount was issued at the request of that Department. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

F. BPAW, 

Secretary. 

J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General, 

Ottawa. 






30th December, 1818. 



I have the honor to report that the Deputy Minister of Public Works has 
represented that the paymaster of this department cannot conveniently be brought 
under the Letter of Credit System so far as the payments to workmen go, and that the 
Hon. the Minister is desirous of having your minute regarding the mode of enabling 
Mr. Harper to pay, modified so far as to permit direct payments to Mr. Harper, 
covering pay-lists. 

Although I still believe that the L. C. system is the most suitable for all classes 
of payments made by Mr. Harper, I have the honor to recommend that the modifica- 
tion be made. 

f Respectfully submitted, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 
Auditor-General. 
The Hon. The Treasury Board. 






31st December, 1878. 



Dear Sir, — The accounts for October from your department are now undergoing 
examination. I find that y6ur accountant has not continued the system adopted with 
reference to the former months, of charging each item expended under any appro- 
priation in one statement against that appropriation. 

I should be much obliged by your .going back to the former mode of rendering 
the accounts. It would expedite the work vovy much and prevent the necessity of 
frequent inquiries at your department. 

I have the honor to be, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor Genera/. 
T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy -Minister of Public Works. 



5 a— 11^ 



164 



18th January, 18*79. 

Sir, — In making application for the purpose of enabling Mr. Perley to pay 
amounts duo by the Government, bo good enough to ask for credits, and not direct 
payments, 

The credits will be made at your request on Halifax, St. John or Charlottetown, 
and Mr. IVriey's cheques will bo countersigned by the resident Auditor. 

I have the honor to be, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Doputy Minister of 
Public Works. 



20th January, 1879. 

Sir. — By the statement of the Bank of Montreal of the loth inst., your warrant 
account is overdrawn $5,33 6^-^, contrary to the understanding come to with the 
Minister and yourself. 

I did not consider it advisable to notify the Bank, that the account was not to be 
overdrawn. If I should do so now, would your arrangements be interrupted? 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



(Circular.) 

Ottawa, 4th Feb., 1879. 

Sir, — Will you be good enough to send me a statement, of the names, dates of 
birth, and of first employment in the inside and outside service, of those who are on 
the permanent staff of your Department. 

I have the honor, etc., 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 

T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



Ottawa, February, 1879. 

Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 1st instant, I have the honour to state that 
by the provisions of the contract made with M. Kichard Fuller for the construction 
and maintenance of the telegraph line on section 3 of the Canadian Pacific Railway, 



165 



interest at the>ate of 6 per cent, per annum is allowed on the amount retained upon 
his 20 per cent, drawback from the date of completion of the work. 

I have to add that a report to Council has been made covering the item of 
$1,367.11 for loss caused through stoppage by Indians. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

F. BRAUN, 

Secretary. 

J. L. McDougall, Esq., 
Auditor-General . 



12th Februry, 1879. 

Sir, — I have no information of the authority by which salaries are paid to any 
of the Pacific Eailway Staff. It would be well, I think, to have such salaries 
established by Order in Council when the service is likely to be of lengthened tenure, 
and it would be convenient for me if a pay-list, similar to the Departmental one, 
were regularly supplied for those who may usually be paid at Ottawa. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 

T. Trudeau, 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



17th March, 1879. 

Sir, — I have the honor to state that I am compelled to delay payment, of the 
amount of your certificate, for $650 to M. Baillairge, (removal allowance) until the 
account has been submitted to the Treasury Board. See Order in Council of 8th 
September, 1871. 

I inclose an abstract of the Treasury Board Minute on which the Order in Council 
was based. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General 

T. Trudeau, 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



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17th March, 1879. 

Sib,—] have the honor bo inform you that the Order in Council of the 19th 
December 1878, fixing Mr. Smellie's salary, does not appear to me to warrant the 
payment of arrears al the same pate. 

I Bee no reference to previoua services. I return your certificate 986 of the 15th 
inst. 

I have I he lienor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
T. Tbudbau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



21st March, 1879. 

Sue, — -1 have the honor to request, that when you have occasion in future to send 
for fixed amounts to make pay list disbursements, whether through Mr. Harper, the 
paymaster on canals, or others, you will be good enough to furnish a statement of 
the items. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
T. Trudeai-, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works, 



24th March, 1879. 

Sir, — With reference to your favor of the 2-md inst, on Mr. Baillairge's removal 
allowance, I have the honor to say that the difficulty is, that the account has not 
passed the Treasury Board. 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
F. Braun, Secretary, 

Public Works. 



27th March, 1879. 

Sir, — With reference to the Order in Council of the 23rd inst., for payment to 
Mr. Lacoste of $400, I have the honor to refer you to the Audit Act, section 32, 
sub-section 2, which seems to provide for the issue of a Governor General's Warrant, 
onlj' when Parliament is not in session. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



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4th April, 18T9. 

Sir, — With reference to your application for $321.14 (certificate 1,035) to pay 
Mr. Harper, I have to request that accounts for travelling expanses be closed 
periodically for terms not longer than 3 months, and in all cases at the close of the 
financial year. 

In this instance the expenditure has remained unpaid from October 23, 1877. 
It is impossible to learn from the Public Accounts the expenditure of each year, while 
sums like the one above referred to are not included in the statements. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



7th April, 1879. 

Sir, — On a second application for Mr. Harper's travelling expenses extending 
back to October, 1877, I beg in addition to what I said yesterday, to remark that the 
two applications amount to nearly $(300 ; that Mr. Harper must either have used his 
private money for the public service, or have devoted to the expenses of travelling, 
what was entrusted to him for other purposes. 

I assume in the meantime that tbe money spent was public money. 

If the business of your Department with this office is to be kept in anything like 
a regular way, application should at once be made to make good to Mr. Harper any 
money which has been spent by him without authority from this office ; and no 
money should in future be expended by him except for the service named in the certi- 
ficates, on which the money was placed at his disposal. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



T. Trudeau, Esq , 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



4th April, 1878. 



Sir, — I have your certificate 1034, to repay the Bank of Montreal $10,987.77, 
drawn under letter of credit. 

In yo;ir statement there is included an expenditure of $1,340.87 against the 
appropriation for Rents and Repairs, while the balance of that appropriation appears 
to be less than two hundred dollars. Please explain. 

I have delayed the passing of the application in the meantime. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL. 

Auditor-General. 
T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



168 



7th April. 

Si k, . have the honor to inform you thai under a general letter of credit given 
to the Department ofPnblic Works, an expenditure of $1,349 has been made on Bents 
and Repairs while the previous charges against the Parliamcntatary appropriations 
left a balancoofonly $200. 

I have called the attention of the Department of Public Works to the circum- 
stances, and learn that they had not been watching the appropriations, and had 
ceased issuing checks for Rents and Repairs whenever I called their attention to the 
state of the appropriation account. 

It appears to me that the Bank being authorized to advance a certain amount to 
a Department, must be repaid any amount drawn under the authority, not greater 
than the amount specified; but as tho point is a new one, so far as my duties have 
gone, it seemed proper that a statement of the case should be laid before the Hon. 
the Treasury Board. 

I beg to suggest that accountants generally be advised of the necessity of 
watching the state of the appropriation, when disbursing under letters of credit. 

All of which is respectfully submitted, 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 

J. M. Courtney, Esq., 

Secretary of the Treasury Board. 



17th April, 1819. 

Sir, — I beg to return certificate 1092 covering $230 for L. B. Audy. The service 
having been rendered in a previous financial year, it is impossible for me to pass the 
certificate. 

The amount should be included in the supplementary estimates. 

Your obedient servent, 

J. L. McDOUGALL. 

Auditor- General. 

T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister oi Public Works. 



19th May, 1879. 

Sir, — I have two certificates from you in favor of Wra Davis & Sons of $14,664.32 
and $1,065.15 respectively. The appropriation named by you in each case is Culbute 
Lock. 

The only moneys available, so far as I can see, for anything connected with the 
Culbute Lock, are the $24,000, improving approach to Canal, and $9,000, Culbute 
Canal, in the supplementary estimates. 



169 



Please define in your certificates, which I return, the particular appropriation of 
the two, to which you consider that the expenditure in each case properly belongs. 
It appears to me that no part of the outlay was made in improving the approach 
to the canal. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



20th May, 1879. 

Sir, — I have your application for payment to James Mitchell of $1,414.67, cer- 
tificate 1,213. The services were rendered in 1873 and 1874. On several occasions 
I have given you by letter the substance of the opinion of the Minister of Justice ; 
that expenditure of previous years is not a proper charge against an appropriation 
of this, unless specially voted. I do not find the sums in this certificate mentioned 
in the supplementary estimates, and I think that they are not legitimate charges 
against the general vote for Eents and Eepairs, 

1 return the certificate herewith, 

I have the the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Audit or- General 



T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



4th June, 1879. 

Sir, — With reference to the disbursements for the wages of men employed by 
the different slide masters on the Ottawa Eiver Works, I should be glad to be 
supplied with receipts from the individual men to whom payments are made. 

My attention has been called to the fact that the laborers on the works receive 
apparently a much higher rate of pay than others of the class are now able to obtain 
in ordinary employment. 

There is no doubt of the soundness of the general principle of having evidence 
that the money has gone to the person entitled to receive it. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General 
T, Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



170 



5th June, 1871). 

SlR,-— In your May accounts, .salaries, etc., Wellaud Canal, you include full 
monthly allowances for Messrs Bod well, Patterson and Dell who were suspended by 
Oulcr iu Council of the 15th May. 

Please alter the statement BO as to give each a half-month's pay. 

I ret m n the statement and certificate 1,277. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
T. Tin DEAUj Fsq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



6th June, 1879. 

Sir, — For the purpose of ready reference in the examination of Wm. McKay's 
accounts for painting, &c., the Public Buildings, I should be glad to have a copy of 
your agreement with him as to his charges for (1st) material, (2nd) wages of men. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



Ottawa, 11th June, 1879. 

Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 26th ultimo, desiring explanation as 
to the application of this office uuder date the 12th May, for the sum of $19,009.24 to 
be paid to the Bank of Montreal on. account of Public Buildings, I have the honor to 
state that the appropriation for repairs to Public Buildings having become exhausted, 
the amount specified was placed to the credit of this Department by the Department 
of Finance on the 31st March last. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

F. BKAUN, 

Secretary. 
J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General. 

11th June, 1879. 

Dear Sir, — Here follows a copy of a letter from the Department of Public 
Works. (See the foregoing letter of Mr. Braun.) 

Will you kindly explain how the amount named was placed to the credit of the 
Department of Public Works. 

I read the Audit Act to make it necessary that all credits on Government funds 
should be signed by yourself and me. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
J. M. Courtx\ey, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Finance. 



171 



Ottawa, 12th June, 1879. 

Sir, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 11th 
instant, with a copy of a letter to your address from the Department of Public Works 
respecting an advance made by the Bank of Montreal to that Department authorized 
by the Finance Department on the 31st March last, and requesting explanations 
thereon. 

In reply thereto I have now the honor to state that late in the month of March 
application was made to your office by the Public Works Department to issue a 
certificate on account of the appropriation for Bents ind Repairs, that you refused to 
issue this certificate in as much as the vote was exhausted — that in reply to an 
enquiry whether you would issue a certificate in event of a special warrant being 
executed you stated that as Parliament was <then in session a special warrant could 
not be granted. 

Application was then made to me by the Hon. the Minister of Public Works who 
stated that an amount would be placed in the supplementary estimates, and requested 
me to arrange for a temporary advance with the Bank. This I consented to as I 
found the amount required was for payment of daily wages to labourers &c, and the 
non-payment would cause great public inconvenience. I need hardly state that in 
this course I took proper advice. 

I am, 



Your obedient servant, 



The Auditor General. 



J. M. COUKTNEY, 

D. M. F. 

21st June, 1879. 



Sir, — With reference to your application for payment to R. Skead of interest on 
money paid by him in 1861, I have the honor to call your attention to the omission 
in the Order in Council of the appropriation to which the amount is to be charged. 

The interest until the 1st July 1867, should be a charge against the late Province 
of Canada. 

Has the consent of Ontario and Quebec been obtained to their share being 
charged to them ? 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obe lient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor : Gen era I . 
T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 

24th June, 1879. 

Sir, — I have seen the Deputy Minister of Justice. He says that the Dominion 
has the power of making any charge against the late Province of Canada. 

Under these circumstances, I have passed the certificate in favor of Mr. JR. 
Skead. 

1 have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



n: 



4th July, 1870. 

Sm, — I have Been a copy of an Order in Council granting to Mr. Palon $000 for 
expenditure in connection with the Gatineau Booms in 1874. 

The appropriation to which the amount is to bo charged is not mentioned. 
Another difficulty in the way of payment is that according to the direction of 
the Minister of Justice, expenditure which occurred in a former year, should only be 
paid out of an appropriation of this, when such appropriation has been specially 
voted for the purpose. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor -General. 



T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



4th July, 1879. 

Sir, — I observe that the names of Messrs. Bod well, Dell and Patterson, appear 
on the Well and (.'anal pay-list for June. 

I am compelled to deduct the amounts assigned to them, as no order in Council 
cancelling that which suspended them, has been made. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedt. servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



T. Trudeau, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



Ottawa, 14th July, 1879. 

Sir, — I find in Beauharnois Canal pay-list for June, the .sum of $110 to the credit 
of Antoine Poirier, being as noted, for difference iD salary from 1st July 1871 to 30th 
April 1873, say 21 months at $5.00 refunded. 

Will you kindly explain, under what circumstances such sum is paid, occurring 
so long anterior to the present financial year. 

I have the honour, 

&c, &c, &c, 



T. Trudeau, Esq. 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor -General, 



173 



SUPTG. ENUrNEEK/8 OFFICE, 

Montreal, 22nd April, 1879. 

S IR) With reforem-o to tho enclosed letter No. 8D,92L from Mr. Ant. Poirier, 

asking that his salary as Lock master N >. U on the Beauharnois Canal, be re-ad- 
justed] &c, I beg to state that L rind Mr. Poirier' s statement to be correct, and that his 
salary was only $-3.33 |>er month, as he states, while $28.33 was paid all the other 
Lock masters. 

His salary appears to have been fixed by the Secretary when he was appointed, 
Which it appears to me lo have been a clerical error, and it would only be doing 
justice to Mr. Poirier to pay him the additional amount ho asks for, viz: $5.00 a 
month for 22 months, $110, and would recommend his petition to favorable consi- 
deration. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedt. servant, 

J. (x. SIPPELL, 

Supt. Engineer. 
F. Braun, Esq , 

Secretary Public Works, 
Ottawa. 

(Translation.) 

Yalleyfield, 21st March, 1879 

The humble Petition of the undersigned respectful lv sheweth, — 

That he was appointed Master Lockman of Lock No. 14 of Beauharnois Canal, 
at a salary of twenty-three dollars and thirty -three cents ($23.33) per month, and 
that his predecessor, as well as all other men employed in the same capacitv, were in 
receipt of a monthly salary of twenty-eight dollars and thirty-three cents ($28.33). 

That he was thus subject to a loss of $5 per month, during the twenty-two 
months following his appointment. 

That with tho permission of the Honourable Minister, he would beg to lay 
before him, tho fact, that he, ihe undersigned, is actually and consequently, at a loss 
of one hundred and ten dollars ($110.00). 

That the Honorable Minister, by referring to the pay-lists from 1st July, 1871, 
can see for himself, if he can justly decide in favor of his humble Petitioner who will 
not cease to pray that he may be re-imbursed to the amount above named. 

ANTOINE POIRIER. 
To the Hon. Chs. Tupper, 

Minister of Public Works, 
Ottawa. 



Ottawa, 23rd June, 1879. 

Si rj — With rcferenco to your report of the 22nd April, recommending that A. 
Poirier, Lock-master on the Beauharnois Canal at Lock N° 14 be placed on the same 
footing in regard to pay as tho other Lock-masters, I am to state that the Hon. 
the Minister approves tho same. 

I am, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

F. BEAUN, 

Secretary, 
J. G. Sippell, Esq., 

Superintending Engineer, 
Montreal. 



171 



Ottawa, 17th April, 1870. 

Sib, — I have tlu> honor to state that the Statement of Expenditure of Manitoba, 
for the week ended 31 81 March nit., shows in the expenditure for "Canada Pacific 
Railway Survey," the following charges, viz :— 

Cheque No. 703. "Order E. & 0. Gurncy & Co.," tor 

1 wood furnace for Engineers' House, Selkirk $127 50 

Cheque No. 704. " Order James H. Eowan " for board 

allowance for month of March, 1870 21 00 

Cheque No. 77S. " Order James -if. Eowan " for hotel 

and travelling expenses, to 31st March, 1879 15 75 

With respect to the first named item, 1 beg to direct your attention to it, as'it 
appears to be an unusual expenditure, and I would desire to know if it has been 
anthorized by your Department. As regards the other items, it appears to me that 
" Hotel Expenses" ought to be covered by the claim for "Board allowance." 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your most obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
T. Trudeau, Esq,, 

Deputy Minister of Public Works. 



Ottawa, 4th September, 1879. 

SiR, —In answer to your communication of the 17th of April last, drawing the 
attention of the Department to items 703, 704, and 778 contained in the Statement 
of Expenditure of Manitoba, for the week ending the 31st of March previous, as being 
unusual expenditure, I beg to state that all those expenses are ^authorized by the 
Department. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

F. H. ENNIS, 

Acting- Secretary. 
John L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General, Ottawa. 



Ottawa, 17th September, 1879. 

Sir, — Eeferring to your letter of the 11th instant on the subject of the claim of 
Mr. B. W. Pearse for living allowance, amounting to $21.00, I have the honor to 
enclose copy of the letter of instructions under the authority of which Mr. Pearse 
makes this claim, and I shall be glad to be informed if any further authority's 
required. 

I am, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

P. H. ENNIS, 

Acting Secretary. 
J. L. McDougall, Esq., 
Auditor-General, 
Ottawa. 



175 



Department of Public Works, 

Ottawa, 2nd December, 1872. 

Sir, — In reference to your letter of 26th October, I am directed to inform you 
that your allowance for travelling expenses, when away from home on business, of 
this Department will be at the rate of 85.00 per diem. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) F. BRAUN, 

Secretary, 

Hon. B. W. Pearse, 

Victoria, British Columbia. 



Ottawa, 26th November, 1879. 

Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 19th instant, respecting the certificates 
required for the accounts of last year for advertizing, I am directed to state, that 
these accounts were rendered by the " Old " Department of Public Works of which 
MM. Trudeau and Braun were Deputy Minister and Secretary respectively. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

S. CHAPLEAU, 

Secretary. 

J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General, 
Ottawa. 



Ottawa, 25th Sept., 1879. 

Sir, — I have the honour to enclose for your information a copy of a letter 
addressed to this Department by the chief architect of Public Works recommending 
the placing to the credit of this department of the balance of the appropriation for 
the West Block Extension, ($6,631.88). 

I have to request that this suggestion may be carried out. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

F. BKAUN, 

Secretary. 

J. M. Courtney, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Finance. 



176 



Department of Public Works, 

Chief Abohitect'h Office. 

Ottawa, 20th S-pt. ; 1879. 

Sir,— Referring to the balance of appropriation 1878 9, West Block Extension, 
here, $6631.88, I beg to stale thai the amount was required to cover tin a I settlement 
with the Contractors, MM. Stewart and Aiteheson, which it was presumed would bo 
made before the 30th ultimo, but as theie is no probability of a final settlement 
being arranged before that date, I have the honour to recommend that the Minister 
of Finance be requested to place this amount to the credit ol the Department at the 
Bank oi Montreal. 

I am, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

T1IOS. S. SCOTT, 

Chitf Architect. 

per D. E. 

F. Braun, Esq., 

Secretary, Department of Public Works. 



17 1 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 1879 — Continued 

VOTE— OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with sum granted for the Year ended 
30th June, 1879, upon the undermentioned Services, showing surplus 
or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



113 
120 
121 

122 

123 
124 
125 
126 



Service. 



Grant. 



Dominion Steamers a 

Examination of Masters and Mates 

Rewards for Saving Life, purchase 
of Life Boats, &c. , b 

Investigations into Wrecks and 
Casualties 6 

Registration of Canadian Shipping 6 

Water Police, Montreal c 

do Quebee c 

Removal of Obstructions in Navi- 
gable Rivers d 

To provide for professional services in 
suit of The Queen vs. David 



Total grant 

Total expenditure 

Unexpended balance. 



$ cts. 

130,000 00 
4,250 00 

3,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

14,090 00 

23,500 00 

500 00 



176,340 00 



Supple- 
mentary 
Grant, 



$> cts. 



Expendi- 
ture. 



1,266 00 



$ cts. 

111,783 05 
4,250 12 

2,833 10 

1,691 33 

158 34 

13,462 74 

23,023 76 

305 86 



510 27 



1,776 27 



20,608 09 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 
18,216 95 



More than 
Granted. 



166 90 

74 67 
341 66 
627 26 
476 24 

194 14 

510 27 



20,607 97 



$ cts. 
12 



12 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
;s correct. 



J. L. McDOTJaALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

T. G-. Aumond. 



a. Repairs and running expenses less than estimated. 

b. Estimate only approximate, Ac. 

c. Pay of force reduced. 

d. Estimate only approximate. 



5 a— 12 



ns 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SO Ik June, 18*79— Continued- 
VOTE- LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 

ACCOUNT of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for above 
Service, lor the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
cUlicit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



127 
128 

127 

128 

127 
128 

127 

128 

127 

128 

127 
128' 

127 
128 

129 



Service. 



Grant. 



., ,. , (Salaries.. 

Above Montreal.... j MaiatenaI1 ce a 



1 Bel wren Quebec ( Salaries 

ami Montreal \ Maintenance.... 

) _, , ~ . f Salaries b 

\ Bfclcw Q uebec \ Maintenance.... 

) VT „ . , (Salaries c 

| New Brunswick. ... | Mainteil ance. d 



Nova Scotia 



(Salaries.. 

'*" 1 Maintenance, e 



Prince Edward Is- ( Salaries.. 

land..... {Maintenance./ 



British Columbia. 



(Salaries 

(Maintenance.^ 



Construction of Lights and Fog- 
Alarms ^ 



Total grant 

Total expenditure..,. 
Balance unexpended. 



$ cts. 

33,537 00 
35,000 00 

6,219 00 
9,000 00 

35,029 00 
57,850 00 

21,393 00 

32,900 00 

44,050 00 



3,755 00 
11,400 00 

7,575 00 
13,675 00 

60,000 00 
472,233 00 



Supple- 
mentary 
Grant* 



$ cts, 



Expendi- 
ture 



% cts. 



200 00 



200 00 



33,260 
41,553 

6,264 
8,653 

25,262 
67,916 

18,877 
38,621 

44,305 
76,845 

3,800 
8,357 

6,958 
8,193 



447,566 92 



Expenr 
compared w 


Less than 
Granted. 


$ cts. 


276 24 


'"'34605 


9,766 81 


2,515 74 




24,204 54 
3,042*25 


616 11 

5,481 16 


1,305 68 


47,554 58 


24,866 08 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts, 



6,553 48 
45 00 



10,066 42 

5',72l" 76 
255 87 



45 97 



22,688 50 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

T. G-. Aumond. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 
Auditor-General. 



a. Owing to expenditure in raising and refitting Lightship sunk at Lachine, and extensive re- 
pairs found necessary at Rondeau Breakwater and Point Pelee Light, 

b. The expenditure for wages on the several Lightships, amounting to $9,700, though estimated 
for under the head of Salaries, has been charged to that of Maintenance ; hence the excess to this 
extent under the one sub-head, and the saving under the other, 

c. A sum of $2,000, estimated for salaries of Keepers of new Lights, not used ; other sums 
estimated for only partially required, and a saving of $209 in Inspector's travelling expenses. # 

d. For repairs found necesmry at several of the Lighthouses and Fog- Alarms, also to Miramichi 
Lightship ; in excess of estimate. . 

c. Owino- to dwelling for Engineer at Sambro not being built; cost of automatic fog-horn; ot 
maintaininj/Humane Establishment, Sable Island ; and general expenditure for repairs to Lights 
and Fog-Whistles; lese than estimated expenditure 

/. Expended for buoys and beacons and oil ; less than estimated. 

g. For buoys and beacons, and repairs, Fraser River Lightship, and maintenance generally • 
less than estimated. 

h. Unfinished contracts will absorb balance ; amount carried forward by U.U. 



179 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— FISHERIES. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the^Tsum granted for above 
Service, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 







Grant. 


Sup- 
plementary 
Grant. 


Expendi- 
ture. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


• 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 




f Fisheries, Ontario 


$ cts. 

12,000 00 
12,000 00 
15,000 00 
10,500 00 

1,800 00 
200 00 

1,000 00 

18,000 00 
16,000 00 


$ cts. 
" '7,000 00 


$ cts. 

11,741 40 
13,606 06 
14,312 76 
10,858 64 

1,293 25 
200 00 

1,423 73 

8,994 48 
19,888 75 


$ cts. 
258 60 


$ cts. 




do Quebec » 


606 06 




do Nova Scotia 

do New Brunswick 

do Prince Edw'dlsl'd. 

do Manitoba 

do British Columbia ... 
Maintenance of Fisheries Pro- 
tection Steamer 

Fish-breeding, Fishways and 
Oyster-beds 


687 24 




« 130. - 




358 64 


506 75 














423 73 


»131. 

132. 


4,000 00 


9,005 52 
111 25 






Total grant 




86,500 00 


5,000 00 


82,319 07 


10,569 36 
9,180 93 


1 388 43 


do expenditure 








Balance unexpended 









I ;certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General, 
Examined, 

T. G-. Aumond. 



a. The estimate for travelling, and other expenses of Fisheries Overseers, can only be approximate, 
hence in some cases there is a small excess of the estimate expended, in others the expenditure is less 
.ban estimated. 

b. Expenditure for portion of year only, owing to loss of steamer "Lady Head," employed in this 



5 a— 12£ 



180 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//i June y 1879 — Continued! 

VOTE— SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1870, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head oi Vote. 



Service. 



Observatory, Quebec 

do Toronto 

do Kingston 

do Montreal 

do New Brunswick 

Grant for Meteorological Observatories, includ- 
ing instruments and cost of telegraphing 

Weather-Warnings a 

To aid in the construction of a telegraph line from 
Matane to Fox River, carried forward from 
1377-78 



Total grant......... 

Total expenditure 

Amount over-expended 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

2,400 00 

4,800 00 

500 00 

500 00 

850 00 



37,000 00 
1,500 00 



61,050 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts, 

2,400 00 

4,800 00 

500 00 

500 00 

1,006 99 



37,000 00 
1,500 00 

61,206 99 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



156 99 



156 99 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General . 

Examined, 

John Gorman. 



181 



[a) METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORIES. 



SALARIES. 



Central Office. 



Superintendent 

Deputy Superintendent 

Corresponding Clerk 

Telegraph Operator.. , 

Occasional do 

Junior Assistant , 

do 

Messenger 

Computations 

'Keeper of Stores 

Inspector of Stations ! 

Chief Stations 

Telegraph Stations , 

Reserve Telegraph Stations 

Drum Stations 

Masts and drums, and repairs to same...., 

Purchase of instruments 

Stationery and printing 

Telegraphing 

Travelling expenses of Superintendent.... 
Freight charges, postage, fuel, light, &c. 

Materials 

Labour of artizans 

Contingent expenses , 

Miscellaneous 



Total 



Grant.] 



$ cts. 

1,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,200 00 



3,200 00 



800 00 

4,640 00 

5,356 60 

840 00 

2,020 00 

800 00 

1,600 00 

800 00 

11,700 00 

500 00 

550 00 

160 00 

150 00 

184 00 



37,000 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 

1.000 00 
1,500 00 
1,120 00 



2,648 70 



800 00 

4,248 34 

4,499 50 

840 00 

1,834 00 

60 18 

1,290 55 

1,939 90 

10,633 26 

- 112 55 

249 82 

327 01 

3,896 19 

37,000 00 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



80 00 



551 30 



391 66 
856 50 

186 00 
739 82 J 
309 45 

iV«66 74* 

387 45 
300 18 

166 99 



More than 
Granted. 



6,036 09 



$ cts. 



1,139 90 



3,896 19 



5,036 09 






Ottawa, 22nd January, 1S80. 
Sib, — 1 have the honor to send you enclosed a .statement of details of expondi- 
ture on aocount of Meteorological Survey for the year 1878-79, as prepared in thiH 
office. It von lind same to be correct you will please give explanations of the 
BUrplua or deficit of each sub-head of vote. You will observe there is an expenditure 
of $3,896.19 under the head of Miscellaneous not provided for in the Estimates. A 
Bum of $2,141.14 expended in the erection of buildings is included in this amount. 

Aj8 we are needing the.se papers for the printers, you would much oblige could 
you return this statement with your explanations to-morrow. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor -General. 
Wm. Smith, Esq., 

Deputy Minister Marine and Fisheries. 

Ottawa, 24th January, 1880. 
Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge tho receipt of your letter of the 22nd 
instant, enclosing a statement prepared in your office of details of expenditure on 
account of Meteorological Service for the fiscal year 1878-79, and requesting 
explanations in connection therewith. 

I beg to inform you that the estimate for this service is prepared by Professor 
Kingston, under whose immediate direction the expenditure is made, and I have 
referred your letter and statement to him for explanations on the several points to^ 
which they refer. I may observe, however, the service in question is so varying in 
its character that to estimate accurately in detail for its cost would be impossible. 
I have never understood the details of these estimates beyond the payment of 
salaries or similar fixed charges to be of such a nature as to render them unavailable 
for legitimate expenditure in maintaining its general efficiency, but have considered 
the total Statutory appropriation, as stated in the Supply Bill, available for any proper 
charges, whether unforeseen or otherwise that may arise in its maintenance without 
reference to details. 

Many of the items charged by Professor Kingstou for convenience sake under 
the head of "Miscellaneous" can, if you deem it of importance, be re-distributed, 
under the various sub-heads as printed in the Estimates. 

I am, Sir, 

Your most obedient servant, 

WM. SMITH, 
Deputy Minister of Marine* 
J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General, 
Ottawa. 



183 



Appropriation Accounts jor Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879. — Continued. 

VOTE— MARINE HOSPITALS FOE SICK & DISTRESSED SEAMEN. 

Account of sums expended with the sum granted for the above named 
Service, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus 
or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. 



139 Marine aud Emigrant Hospital, Quebec c 
140 & 
pt. 146 Marine Hospitals, Sick and Distressed 

Seamen, Ontario and Quebec a 

(St. Catharines Hospital $500 00 

(Kington do 500 00 



141 



142 
143 
144 
145 
147 



$ cts, 
20,000 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts, 
20,791 77 



Hospitals, Sick and Distressed Seamen, 

NovaScotia a 18,750 00 

Hospitals, Sick and Distressed Seamen, 
New Brunswick | 12,750,^00 

Hospitals, Sick and Distressed Seamen, 
British Columbia a \ 5,000 00 

Hospitals, Sick and Distressed Seamen, j 

Prince Edward Island a \ 3,500 00 

London Board of Trade, for expenses 
incurred in connection with Ship- 
wrecked and Distressed Seamen of 
the Dominion a 



7,000 00 j 3,112 94 
I 

1,000 00 1,000 00 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



Total. 



Lbss — Refund paid by the Province 
of Newfoundland on behalf of 
Shipwrecked and Distressed Sea- 
men 



3,000 00 
71,000 00 



9,297 91 
4,167 05 



2,931 70 



Total Expenditure 

Over-expended 

Unexpended balance. 



58,484 58 



247 28 



58,237 30 



More than 
Granted. 



cts. 



3,887 06 



5,375 34 

3,452 09 

832 95 



68 30 



12,515 42 



$ cts. 
791 77 



308 55 



1,100 32 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

T. G-. Aumond. 



m Estimate only approximate, as expenditure contingent upon unforeseen circumstances 



181 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— STEAMBOAT INSPECTION. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted for above 
Service, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Yote. 



Service. 



148. Steamboat Inspection, including salaries 
of the Board of Inspectors, travelling 
and other expenses of Inspectors a 

To further provide for expenditure of 
measurement of Steamers b 



Total grant 

Total expenditure ... 
Balance unexpended. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

13,900 00 
333 46 



14,323 46 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 

13,083 96 
73 42 



13,157 38 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts 

906 04 
260 04 



1,166 08 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

T. Gr. AUMOND. 



a. Travelling expenses of Inspectors less than estimated. 

6, The sum of $233.46, being amount of a refund to Grand Trunk Railway for fees wrongly ex- 
acted, was charged by the Finance Department to Steamboat Inspection, instead of to this specific 
Vote. 



185 



Ottawa, 7th September, 1878. 

Sir, — I beg to inform you that the agent of this Department at Quebec has 
requested permission to pay the salaries of light keepers in his division for the June 
and September quarters in the early part of the months of June and September, in 
order that keepers at isolated stations, who are only visited by the supply steamer 
twice in the year, may be enabled to purchase supplies and have them brought by 
the steamer. 

I have to request that you will be good enough to inform me whether there will 
be any objection to his paying for the quarters named as requested. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your most obedient servant, 



(Signed) W. SMITH, 

Deputy Minister of Marine, &c. 



J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General. 



Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honorable the Privy Council, approved by His 
Excellency the Governor-General in Council on the 28th September, 1878. 

On the recommendation of the Hon. the Minister of Marine and Fisheries, th* 
Committee advise that in the future the salaries of lighthouse keepers under the 
control of the agent of this Department at Quebec, for the June and September quarter 
in each year, be paid in the early part of the months of June and September, in order 
that keepers of isolated stations, who are only visited by the supply steamer twice in 
the year, may be enabled to purchase supplies and have .them brought by the steamer. 

Certified, 

(Signed) W. A. HIMSWORTH, 

Clerk, Privy Council. 

I certify the above to be a correct copy. 

(Signed) W. SMITH, 

Deputy Minister of Marine. 



Department op Marine and Fisheries, 

Ottawa, 2nd October, 1878. 

Sir, — I have the honor to enclose a certified copy of an Order in Council authoris- 
ing the Quebec agent of this Department to advance light- keepers their June and 
September quarters salaries. 

I am, Sir, 

Your most obedient servant, 

(Signed) W. SMITH, 

Deputy Minister of Marine. 

J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General. 



186 



Audit Office, 

Gth May, 1879. 

But,- -1 lean) from Mr. Aumoml of this office that you have not included among 
your supports for monthly charges against the several appropriations at the disposal 
oi your Department, those upon which hills of exchange have been drawn on bohalf 
of the Department. Be good enough to Horn! in with every appropriation account 
Touchers for each payment, bo as to enable me to make a final examination. 

Mr. Aumond tells mo that you are in doubt whether I need vouchers for expen- 
diture made under an appropriation for last year, although that expenditure was made 
daring this year, the appropriation having been brought down. I am obliged to 
report upon all expenditure of this year, no matter how authorized. It appears well 
fco take up these matters at once, so as to prevent the labor and trouble which must be 
caused to you it' the returns wore made without your being fully informed of what 
my duties require me to obtain. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



W. Smith, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 



Audit Office, 

2nd June, 1879. 



Sir, — In examining the appropriation accounts of your Department and its 
agencies, I find that the vouchers are very much in arrear. Before the accounts can 
be put in a state for submission to Parliament it will be necessary to provide me with 
all statements and vouchers for the year's expenditure. I should now be in possession 
of all that relates to the expenditure to the end of March. Before the 1st of August 
all that is required to enable me to make a full examination of the expenditure of the 
current fiscal year should be forwarded to this office. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your most obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General, 
W. Smith. Esq:, 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 



Audit Office, 

23rd June, 1879. 

Sir, — In examining the vouchers, &c, p for the expenditure, Marine Hospital 
Quebec, for the six months ending 31st December, 18*78, I find that Mr. E. D. Ashe is 
paid at the rate of $1,402.72, whilst his salary is only $1,400.00 per annum. "He 
sends in no receipts for superannuation paid during the six months. 1 should like 
to get the details of his petty accounts, and, if possible, I would have all parties 
receiving money to be paid by them in different sums paid by cheque. 

I remain, 

Your most obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General* 
W. Smith, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 



187 



Audit Office, 

9th July, 1879. 

Sir, — I find in examining the accounts and vouchers of your Quebec agent, Mr' 
Gregory, the cheques do not bear that relationship to the pay lists of steamers and to 
bills for goods which I think they ought. With regard to the crews ot the Dominion 
steamers, I find that advances for their salaries are made, and sometimes in the name 
of the person who countersigns the cheques. 

I should prefer to have payments for the services of those employed on the 
Dominion steamers, who are paid through your Quebec agent, made as they are under 
similar circumstances by your other agents, at the end of each months service for the 
month's pay, in the name of the official who is to disburse the money. Send, if you 
can do so conveniently, any changes which have been made by Departmental 
order in the lighthouse keepers of the Dominion, both as to the persons and salaries. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obodient servant, 



(Signed) J. L. McDOTJGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



W. Smith, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine, &c. 



Audit Office, 

29th September, 1879. 

Sir, — I find that the monthly statements on which the bank is repaid the amounts 
advanced on the letters of credit to Messrs. Gregory & Wells, do not come in regularly. 
I should like to have, within the first half of a month, the statement for the previous 
month in each case. There can be nothing in the way of the statement being for- 
warded to you immediately after the close of the month by your agent. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
W. Smith, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 



Ottawa, 10th January, 1879. 

Sir, — The agents of this Department at St. John, New Brunswick, and Halifax, 
Nova Scotia, have in the past drawn one check which the auditor countersigns for the 
salaries of the light-keepers in the Provinces named. This check is deposited to the 
credit of the agents of the Department with the Bank of Montreal, and their indivi- 
dual checks issued for payment of the salaries referred to. I have to request that 
you will inform me whether this mode of payment meets with your approval, or if 
you require the Auditor to countersign every check. If so, it would be advisable that 
the requisite instructions for this purpose be given by you to the auditors at St. John 
and Halifax. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your most obedient servant, 

(Signed) W. SMITH, 

Deputy Minister of Marine, &c. 
J. L. McDougall, Esq., 
Auditor-General, 
Ottawa. 



188 



January 11th, 1819. 

Sir, — In reply to your favor of yostorday, I beg to inform you that the cheques 
should bo made to the individual light-kocpors, against the letter of credit. I shall 
instruct the Auditors to observo the above regulations in countersigning. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 

W. Smith, Esq., 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 



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189 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879. — Continued. 

VOTE-GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Fiscal 
Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 



p; x - 



Grant - penditure. 



Geological Survey a 



$ cts, 
50,000 00 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 
49,578 93 



$ cts, 
421 07 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 



Examined, 

John G-orman, 



Auditor- General. 



a Besides the expenditure of $49,578.93 under authority of Yote, there was also 
expended during the year, the sum of $1,618.72, as shown by the following state- 
ment : — 

Summary of Eeceipts and Expenditure during the Year 1878-9. 



Expenditure- 






Salaries paid 

Explorations, printing, etc 

Less received from H. Hartney for Parliamentary copies 
Report 



Advances to explorers carried to accounts of 1879-80 

Less advances made during 1877-8, included in the above...' 



$ cts. 



Recbipts- 



Amount of Parliamentary Vote 
Less refund 



Balance on hand and in Bank on 30th June, 1878. 

Sundry receipts during the year 

Previously short credited by Bank 



50,000 00 
421 07 



$ cts 



26,507 13 
1,315 25 



25,191 88 
3,998 07 



29,189 95 
4,526 30 



49,578 93 

941 36 \ 

677 32 

04 



$ cts. 
26,534 00 



24,663 65 
51,197 65 



51,197 65 



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Oopy. 

Ottawa, Uth October, 1879. 

3ia,— J ootioe by your accounts that thcro was od iho 30th Juno last a balance 
in your hands ol $421.07, for which please Bond me a cheque, ho that I may deposit 
the amount to the oredit oi the Receiver- General. 

The appropriation for one year cannot be used for expenditure in the next. 
Please explain the reason for putting 4 cents at your debit among the warranty 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General 
A. E. C. Selwyn, Esq., 

Superintendent of Geological Survey, 
Montreal. 



Copy. 

Geological Survey of Canada, 

Montreal, 16th October, 1879. 

Sir, — I am desired by the director to inform you in reply to your letter of the 
14th instant, that on the 30th June last, the amount of outstanding payments due by 
the Geological Survey for contingencies of 1878-79 exceeded the balance of $421.07, 
in his hards at that date. By referring to the accounts rendered 30th June last you 
will observe that the balance due the Burland-I^esbarats Company alone was $443.60. 
This balance has since been paid, and will be accounted for in the statements for the 
current year. 

Under the circumstrnces, Mr. Selwyn thinks that the regulation referred to in 
your letter cannot be considered applicable in this instance. 

The four cents which you allude to as occurring in the statement of warrants, is 
owing to an error by the Bank of Montreal in crediting warrant of 22nd June, 1878, 
$1,004 70, which should have been $1,004.74, difference of four cents. This difference 
was afterwards credited to the survey account by the Bank of Montreal, in August. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) G. E. GEANT. 

J. L. McDougall, Esq., 
Auditor-General. 
Ottawa. 



Copy. 

Ottawa, 15th October, 1879. 

Sir, — In addition to the remarks in my letter of yesterday, I have to make the 
following suggestions with reference to your accounts: — 

Eeceipts from all sources should be placed to the credit of the Eeceiver-General. 

The vote of Parliament is for the entire expenditure. 

You will issue cheques only against your letters of credit for expenditure of 
every kind, except the pay list salaries, which the bank has been instructed to pay. 

The yearly statement should represent exactly the different monthly statements, 
not merely as to the gross amount, but the details. 

E.G. — There are various payments for contingencies to Mr. McFarren of $60 
each in the monthly statements, which do not appear on the yearly statoment, you 
making instead charges of the amounts expended from one settlement with him to 
another. 



191 



The same is the case with the accounts of the various persons who make explora- 
tions. 

Please explain the nature of the settlement with Burland-Desbarats & Co., of 
their account amounting to $1 ,643.60, on which there were payments amounting to, as 
it appears, $1,200. 

Advances made in one year should be charged against that year, even when the 
work is to be done in the next, or settled for then, and the balances should only 
appear in the next accounts. The vouchors which you sent in should, of course, 
explain the whole transactions as at present. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General, 
A. E. C. Selwyn, Esq., 

Superintendent Geological Survey, 
Montreal. 

P. S. — To simplify matters, the accountant might be able to pay a visit to 
Ottawa. 

(Sg'd.) J. L. McD. 



(Copy.) Ottawa, 21st October, 1879. 

Str. ; — Please answer my last letter with reference to account of Mesbrs. Burland, 
Desbarats & Co. 

You had better draw a cheque against your letter of credit for $421.0 , 7, the 
balance in your hands on the 30th June, and place the -amount to the credit of the 
Eecei ver-General . 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
A. E. C. Selwyn, Esq., 

Superintendent of Geological Survey, 
Montreal. 



{Copy.) Geological Survey op Canada, 

Montreal, 22nd October, 18*79. 

Sir, — Your letter of the 15th October will be laid before Mr. Selwyn immediately 
on his return to the office. He has been absent on field duty ever since the receipt 
of your letter, but is expected back again sometime during the present week. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) G. E. GEANT. 

J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor-General, 
Ottawa. 



192 



(Copy.) Geological Survey of Canada, 

Montreal, 23rd October, 1819. 

Sir, — 1 have t ho honor to inform you, in roply to your letter of the 21st 
instant, that Mr. Selwyn will not return to Montreal before Tuesday or Wednesday of 
next week. 

I have, however, written informing him that you desiro a choque to bo placed to 
the credit of the Receiver-General for the balance of $421. 07 at his (Mr. Selwyn's) 
credit in the Hank of Montreal on the 30th June last. 

Messrs. Burland, Desbarats & Co's. account for $1,643.60 was paid by the 
following official cheques on the Bank of Montreal : — 

October 16th, 1818, cheque No. 55 for $200 00 

31st, " 67 100 00 

February 19th, 1879, " 114 500 00 

April 5th, 1879, " 130 400 00 

July 31st, " " 20 443 60 

1,643 60 

I have tho honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) G. K. GEANT. 

J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor of Public Accounts, 
Ottawa, Ont. 



(Copy.) 



Geological Survey of Canada, 

Montreal, 5th November, 1879. 



Sir, — I have the honor, by direction of Mr. Selwyn, to enclose official cheque 
in favor ol the Beceiver-General for four hundred and twenty-one dollars and seven 
cents, being the balance at the credit of the Geological Survey in the Bank of 
Montreal on the 30th June last. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

G. E. GEANT. 



J. L. McDougall, Esq., 
Auditor- General, 
Ottawa. 



193 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30 th June, 1879 — Continued. 
VOTE— INSPECTION OF INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 







Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Service. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


To meet expenses in connection with 
the inspection of Insurance Com- 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
6,000 00 

4,000 00 


$ cts. 
4,517 16 

4,000 00 


$ cts. 
1,482 84 


$ Cts. 


Expenditure under Statute 38 Vic, 
Chap. 20, Sec. 23. 

Salary of Superintendent of Insur- 


| 




Receipts during the year from Insur- 


' 6,134 38 
i 


I 









1 certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 






Office of the Superintendent of Insurance, 

Ottawa, 15th January, 1880. 

Sir, — I have the honor to return herewith the statement of receipts and expen- 
diture of this office for the year ending 30th June, 1879. 

Under the Statutes 38 Vic, Chap. 20, Sec. 23, Clause 5, and 40 Vic, Chap. 42, 
Sec 24, Clause 4, the Insurance Companies are to contribute annually towards the 
expenses of this office, amounts in proportion to the premiums received by each in 
the previous year; but such amounts are not to exceed, for the Fire and Inland 
Marine Companies, $8,000. The amount in each year is collected by me as instructed 
by the Minister of Finance. For the year ending 31st March, 1878, this amount was 
fixed at about 75 per cent of the total expenses of the office for that year, including 
the salary of the Superintendent of Insurance. 



Your obediont servant, 

J. B. CHERRIMAN, 

Superintendent, 



J. L. McDouoall, 

Auditor-General. 
5a— 13 



194 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE-SUBSIDIES. 

ACCOUNT oi* Minis expended, compared with sums estimated under Statute, 
for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit 
upon each sub-head. 



Provinces. 



Ontario • 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Manitoba 

Brittsh Columbia 

Prince Edward Island. 



Total am :nt estimated under Statute.. 
Total amount of expenditure 



Amount ovr-<?xpended. 



Estimate. 



$ cts. 

1,196,872 80 

959,252 80 

374,064 88 

432,814 25 

90,000 00 

208,093 56 

159,764 28 



3,420,862 57 



Ex- 

penditure. 



$ cts. 

1,196,872 80 

959,253 80 

399,925 85 

431,170 55 

90,000 00 

208,093 56 

157,448 78 



3,44?, 764 34 



Less than 
Estimate. 



More than 
Estimate* 



$ cts. | 



1,643 70 



2,315 50 



3,059 20 



$ cts. 



25,860 97 



25,860 97 



21,901 77 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct.!) 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

John Gorman. 



195 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOlh June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— INDIANS. 



ONTABLO AND QUEBEC. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Fiscal 
Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each, 
sub-head of Vote. 





Grant. 


Total Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Service. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


351 For Indians of Quebec 


$ cts. 

2,200 00 
2,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,600 00 

1 

5,000 00 

14,000 00 


$ cts. 

1 

j- 6,200 00 

1 

J 

1,600 00 
5,000 00 

14,000 00 


$ cts. 
6,200 00 

1,600 00 
5,000 00 

14,000 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


11 Purchase of seed grain 

Supply 1878-9. Relief for un- 
foreseen cases of distress 
amongst the Indians of the 
Lower St. Lawrence 




152 For purchase of blankets for 
aged and infirm Indians of 
Ontario and Quebec 

178 To aid Indian schools in On- 

tario and Quebec, where 
most required 

179 To bring up the annuities pay- 

able under the Robinson 
Treaty to the Chippewas of 
Lakes Huron and Superior, 
from 96c. to $4 per head 




Total grant 




26,800 00 


26,800 00 




Total expenditure 















I certify that this account has been examined under ^my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

H. Gr. DUNLEVIE. 



!Note by the Auditor-General. 

These suras were voted as grants to supplement the Indian Fundjof Ontario and 
Quebec, and were transferred to the credit of that Fund. 

I have not seen the vouchers for the expenditure from the Indian Fund, and 
have, therefore, been unable to make an examination of the accounts.^! 

*■** By reference to 41 Vic, cap. 7, sec. 48, it will be observed that these accounts 
belong to the class which I audit only by the request of the Minister of Finance. 
6a— 13* 



196 



Appropriation Accounts jor Fiscal Year ended SOlh June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— INDIANS. 



NOVA SCOTIA, NEW BRUNSWICK AND^PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 80th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


153. Indians of Nova Scotia, Relief, <fec a 

164. do New Brunswick, Relief, &c b 

155. do Prince fid ward Island, Relief, 

&c c 


$ cts. 
4,500 00 
4,500 00 

2,000 00 


$ cts. 

4,502 68 
4,267 96 

2,0: 6 88 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

2 68 


232 04 


6 83 








11,000 00 


10,777 52 


232 04 
222 48 


9 56 


Total expenditure 




Falancs unexpended 















I certify that this account hasjbeen examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General 



Examined, 

H. Gr. DUNLEVIK. 



197 



BEMABKS. 



Estimate. 

$ 916 00 

443 00 

1,194 00 

1,680 00 

2b7 00 



(a) Nova Scotia. 

Expenditure- 
Seed grain $ 994 91 

Medical attendance 390 82 

Belief of distress 1,223 09 

Salaries 1,536 69 

Miscellaneous 357 17 



Estimate $4,500 00 

Over-expended 2 68 



$4,502 68 



$4,592 63 



$ 988 00 

400 00 

1,532 00 

1,330 00 

250 00 



Estimate $4,500 00 



(6) New Brunswick. 

Seed grain $1,009 00 

Medical attendance 403 00 

Belief of distress 1,530 00 

Salaries 1,311 30 

Miscellaneous 14 66 

Balance unexpended 232 04 

$4,500 00 



(c) Prince Edward Island. 

$ 433 00 Seed grain (no more grain required),. 
75 00 Medical attendance (greater expendi- 
ture than was provided for, owing 

to poverty and illness) 

767 00 Belief of distress ( do ) 

600 00 Salaries and travelling expenses 

1-5 00 Miscellaneous (estimated for as closely 
as was possible) 



$2,000 00 
Over-expended 6 88 



$ 200 00 



209 77 
975 62 
510 00 

111 49 



$2,006 88 



$2,006 88 






Approprtaton Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30/// June, 1879— Continued. 

VOTE— INDIANS. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year] 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Total Grant. 



Victoria Superintendeucy, B.C . d 

Praser do e 

Miscellaneous / 



Total grant , 

Total expenditure 

Balance unexpended. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts, 

18,240 00 
18,321 00 
12,000 00 



48,561 00 



Less than 
Granted. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts.! 

13,870 74 
18,659 60 
16,001 22 



48,531 56 



% 
4,369 26 



4,369 26 



29 44 



$ cts. 

338 60 
4,001 22 

4,339 82 



I certify that this^ account has been examined under my directions"and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

H. G-. Dunlevie. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



199 



$1,000 00 

1,200 00 

1,100 00 

1,300 00 

5,140 00 

3,000 00 

1,500 00 

4,000 00 



Estimate $18,240 00 



REMARKS. 

British Columbia. 

(d) Victoria. 

Seed grain $571 95 

Relief of distress 814 85 

Medical attendance '. 1,462 07 

Schools 1,527 50 

Salaries and general expenses 4,874 50 

Travelling expenses 69 33 

Miscellaneous 853 53 

Surveys 3,897 01 

Balance unexpended 4,369 26 

$18,240 00 



(e) Fraser. 

$4,3^6 00 Seed grain $4,659 11 

1,500 00 Medical attendance 1,183 49 

700 00 Schools 350 00 

1,250 00 Travelling expenses 51 50 

4,000 00 Surveys .. 7,120 80 

3,560 00 Salaries and general expenses 4,178 71 

2,915 00 Belief of distress 1,115 99 

Estimate $18,321 00 

Over expended. 338 60 

$18,659 60 $18,659 60 

- (/) Reserve Commission. 
Suppl e m entary 

Estimate $12,000 00 Expenses of Commission $16,001 22 

Over expended.. 4,001 22 

$16,001 22 $16,001 22 

Over expended. 338 60 Fraser. 

Victoria, unexpended balance $4,369 26 

do ... 4,001 22 Reserve Commission. 

Balance unexpended 29 44 

$4,339 82 $4,339 82 

Note. — The expenditure in British Columbia generally, came to within $29.44 
•f the amount estimated for, viz.: $62,928.00; it is, however, impossible to give pre- 
cise reasous for the over or under expenditure in the several items. The expendi- 
ture was conducted, in British Columbia by the Superintendents, who acted, no doubt, 
to the best of their ability in each particular case. 

Memorandum on the above note by the Auditor- General. 

It will be noted that, although the $12,000 item was a separate vote from that 
which covered the anticipated expenditure on the Victoria and on the Fraser Superin- 
tendency, the Department of the Interior treated erroneously the three accounts^as 
different subdivisions of the same vote. 

J. L. McDOUGALL. 



200 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//t June, 18*79 — Continued. 

VOTE— INDIANS. 



MANITOBA. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the 
Year ended 80th June, 18 79, showing the surplus or deficit upon each, 
sub-head of Vote. 









Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 
















Less than 


More than 








Granted. 


Granted. 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ Ctf. 


157. Annuities under Treaties Nos. 1 and 2. ) 


27,000 00 


27,000 00 






158. do do No. 3 v g 


15,640 00 


15,129 00 
15,443 43 


511 00 




159. do do No. 5 J 


15,860 00 


416 67 




160. Agricultural implements, cattle, seed 










grain, tools, waggons, ammunition, 










freighting, &c., furnished under the 










above-mentioned Treaties Nos. 1 and 2 h 


12,950 00 


3,274 99 


9,675 01 




161. do do No. 3 j 


6,410 00 


3,119 90 


3,290 10 




162. do do No. 5 k 


4,890 00 


4,642 17 


247 83 




163. Provisions for Indians assembled to re- 










ceive annuities under the above- 










mentioned Treaties 1 


16,500 00 


10,028 98 


6,471 02 




164. Trienniel supply of clothing under the 










above Treaties m 


2,200 00 


2,152 99 


47 01 




Total grant, 


101,450 00 


80,791 46 


20,658 54 




Total expenditure 






Balance unexpended 















I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

H. Gr. DUNLEVIE. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Audi tor- General. 



Estimate. 

$27,000 00 

15,640 00 



15.860 00 



KEMAKKS. 

(g) Manitoba. 

Expenditure. 

Annuities Nos. 1 and 2 (wholly expended) . . . 27,0o0 00 

do No. 3^1 The number estimated for f 15,129 00 

! exceeded the number who 

( presented themselves for" 

do No. 5J payment (, 15,443 00 



201 



EEMAEKS— Continued. 



Estimate. 
$4,150 00 
4,000 00 
500 00 

1,500 00 

800 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 



Estimate.. .812,950 


00 


$1,110 00 


1,000 


00 


300 


00 


1,000 00 


1,500 


00 


1,500 


00 


Estimate... $6,410 00 


$1,090 


00 


1,000 00 


300 


00 


1,000 


00 


500 


00 


1,000 


00 



Estimate... $4,890 00 



(A) Treaties Nos. 1 and 2. 

Expenditure. 

Implements*) 2,088 95 

Cattle [-Agents generally reported that 

Tools J no more cattle, tools or imple- 
ments were wanted. 
Seed grain (not required). 
Waggons v not purchased). 

Ammunition, &c 1,186 04 

Freighting (none required). 

Balance unexpended 9,675 01 



$12,950 00 
$ 46 03 



O*) Treaty No. 3. 

Implements (no more required) 

Cattle (Expenditure kept as near Estimate as 

possible) 1,013 57 

Tools (none required). 

Seed grain (Indians generally able to supply 

themselves) 6 00 

Ammunition and twine, 1,658 58 

Freighting(Expenditure small because of the 

limited purchase of supplies) 395 72 

Balance unexpended 3,290 10 



$6,410 00 

$ 407 20 
3,106 55 



(k) Treaty No. 5. 

Implements 

Cattle 

o°°j S '".''"' r N° tools or seed grain required. 

Ammunition 

Freighting 

Balance unexpended 



(0 



$16,500 00 
Estimated to feed 11,000 persons 
for three days, at 50cts per capita. 



599 25 
529 17 
247 83 

$4,890 00 
Provisions. 

$10,028 98 
The appointment of local agents in 
Manitoba has rendered 'unnecessary 
the assembling of large bodies of 
Indians from distant places at a cen- 
tral point to receive their Annuities, 
and as they are now paid mostly on 
their .Reserves, it is no longer neces- 
sary to provision them for their 
homeward journey. 
Balance unexpended 6,471 02 



Estimate... $16,500 00 
$2,200 00 



(m) Clothing, 

Of this estimated sum the expenditure was.. 
Balance unexpended 



$2,200 00 



$16,500 00 

$2,152 99 
47 01 

$2,200 00 



202 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30M June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— INDIANS. 



SIOUX OF THE LITTLE SASKATCHEWAN. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



165. Purchase of agricultural implements, 
seed grain, tools, andjsalary of an 
Agent residing on their^Reserve n 



Manitoba Superintkndency. 

166. General expenses, Manitoba Superintend- 
ency , 



Supplementary, further amount re- 
quired in Manitoba and North- West o 

167, Salaries of school teachers and cost of 

school buildings p 



Total grant 

Total expenditure.... 
Balance unexpended. 



Grant. 



$ cts 



18,300 00 



1,000 00 



Total 
Grant. 



$ cts. 
2,600 00 



19,300 00 
5,000 00 



Expendi- 
ture. 



$ cts, 
2,373 39 



26,900 00 



18,857 64 
1,163 33 

22,394 36 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted, 



$ cts. 
226 61 



442 36 
3,836 67 



4,505 64 



More thaa 
Granted. 



$ eti. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General, 



Examined, 

H. Gr. DlJNLEVIE. 



203 



REMAKKS. 



(n) Sioux on Little Saskatchewan. 

Estimate. Expenditure. 

$2,600 00 The requirements of this Band were 
fully met by an actual expenditure 

of. $2,373 39 

Leaving unexpended. 226 61 



$2,600 00 $2,600 00 



(o) General Expenses. 

010,800 00 Salaries (increases to salaries not pro- 
vided for in Estimate) $11,584 08 

1,000 00 Medical attendance (simple medicines 

and vaccine only needed) 190 34 

3,000 00 Travelling expenses (additional cost 

of inspection of Agencies) 3,866 76 

2,000 00 Eent (a greater number of Agencies 

provided for than were established) 958 33 

1,000 00 Fuel (not so much required as was 

anticipated) 200^00 

500 00 Furniture (do do ) 69^53 

1,000 00 Miscellaneous (contingent expenses 

not provided for) 1,988 60 

Balance unexpended 442 36 

$19,300 00 $19,300 00 



(p) Schools. 

$3,000 00 Teachers' salaries; 10 at $300; (only 
7 employed, at an annual salary of 

$149.09) $1,043 62 

2,000 00 Erection of buildings; (books, &c, 
purchased; no school buildings 

erected) , 119 71 

Balance unexpended 3,836 67 



$5,000 00 $5,000 00 



204 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//i June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— INDIANS. 

NORTH-WEST. 

Account of suras expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 80th June, 1&79, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



169 



168 Annuities under Treaty No. 4 ) 

Supptv, 1878 9. Fnrttier Annui- 
ties under Treaty No. 4 | 

Annuities under Treaty No. 6 | 

Suppty, 1878-9 Further Annui- \ q 
ties under Treaty No. 6 

170 Annuities under Treaty No. 7 

Supply, 1878-9. Further Annui- | 

ties under Treaty No. 7 J 

171 Agricultural implements, cattle, r 

etc., under Treaties Nos. 4, 6 

and 7 

Suppty, 1878-9. Further expen- 
diture for agricultural imple- 
ments, etc, owing to Indians 
desiring to commence cultiva- 
tion ol the soil 

172 Provisions for Indians assembled s 

to receive Annuities under 

Treaties 4, 6 and 7 

Suppty, 1878 9. For provisions in 
consequence of threatened 
famine 

173 Ammunition, twine and rifles, t 

(Treaties Nos 4, 6 and 7) 

174 Sioux at Qu'Appelle. u 

175 ^Surveys tor Indian Reserves in v 

North-West 

176 General expenses of the North- w 

West Superintendency 

Miscellaneous 

Snpntv, 1878-9. For salaries of 
Instructors of Farming for 
18,8 9 

l77J[Salaries of School Teachers, etc... x 

Total grant 

Total expenditure 

Balance unexpended 



Grant. 



$ 
32,300 

7.265 



40,0o0 
17.945 



33,050 
3,601 



38,000 



20,000 



37,000 
10,000 



7,000 



13.500 
4,000 



2,000 



Total 
Grant. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



39,565 



57,995 



36,651 



47,000 

7,000 
1,000 

35,000 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than More than 
Granted. Granted. 



$ CtS.! $ Ct8, 



57,995 00 
36,651 00 



58,000 57,597 83 



43,643 41 

6,775 44 
606 41 

31,694 85 



313,711 



300,032 39 



402 17 



3,356 59 

224 56 
393 59 

3,305 15 



% cts. 



24,500 24,386 67 113 33 
7,000 1,116 78 j 5,883 22 



13,678 61 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is^correct. 

Examined, 

H. Gr. DUNLEVIE. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



205 






(q) North-West. 

Estimate. Expenditure 

Original $32,800 00 f Treaty No. 4. 

Supplemental 7,265 00 { The whole expended $39,565 00 

Original 40,050 00 ] Treaty No. 6. 

Supplementary 17,1*45 00 ( The whole expended 57,995 00 

Original 3*,050 00 j Treaty No. V. 

Supplementary 3,601 00 ( The whole expended 3G,651 00 

Treaty No. 4. 



The annuities actually paid fell below the original 

estimate, being only $29,915 00 

but 1,138 Indians claimed and received arrears for 

1874-5-6.7, amounting to 9,650 00 



$39,565 00 



Treaty No. 6. 



In this, as in the case of Treaty No. 4, the original estimate 
was somewhat in excess of the sum required for the 

payment of annuities, which amounted to $35,410 00 

but arrears were paid to 2,232 Indians who were absent 
from the payments of 1876 and 1877'; those arrears 
amounted to , 1 22,5S5 00 



$57,995 00 
Treaty No. 7, 

For Treaty No. 7, the original estimate was very close, 

the amount paid for the year's annuity bein-- $31,395 00 

to which had to be added a payment of $12 each to 4'^8 
Indians who were absent when the Treaty was nego- 
ciatcd in 1877 5.256 00 



$36,651 00 



(r) North- West. 

Estimate. Expenditure. 

$ 3,000 00 Cattle and Implements, No. 4 $ 2.783 41 

8,000 00 do do 6 27,490 67 

27,000 00 do do 7 27,323 75 

To the $38,000 estimated for as above was added a supplemental sum of $20,000 
(See Schedule " A." of the last Supply Bill), granted for " further expenditure for 
implements, cattle, etc., under Treaties 4, 6, 7." It was, however, found that the 
whole of that sum could be profitably expended for the Indians under Treaty 6, who 
were reported to be in a condition to avail thomselvos of Treaty obligations in the 
matter of being supplied with implements of husbandry and seed. The sum of 
$555 was expended in paying for the instruction of Indians of Treaty No. 6, and of 
the whole vote of $58,000, there remains unexpended $402.17. 



206 



(s) Provisions for Treaties, 4, 6, 7. 

$37,000 00 
In addition to this estimate, supplemental grants of $2,030 and $10,000 
respectively were voted — the first being for the purchaso of provisions to bo used 
daring seed time ; the hist to provide food for starving Indians; tho whole vote 
being thus raised to $40,000, of which about $15,209.35 was expended in providing 
food for destitute and starving Indians, and $.£8,434.06 in purchasing provisions to be 
used during Treaty payments; for the Sioux and seed time, leaving unoxponded of the 
whole grant $5,350.59. 

(7) North-West. 

Estimate. Expenditure. 

$7,000 00 Ammunition for No. 4 $1,^05 40 

Twine and rifles " 6 1,485 43 

Treaties 4, 6 and 7 for No. 7 3,106 00 

Freighting 778 61 

Balance unexpended 224 56 

Estimate $7,000 00 $7,000 00 

The treaty obligations authorize an expenditure of $1,500 per annum in Treaties 
4 and 6, and $2,000 in Treaty 7; the $3,106, as expended under Treaty 7, include* 
$1,000 spent for 50 rifles, as provided for in that treaty. 



(u) Sioux at Qu'Ajppeile. 

Estimate. Expenditure. 

$1,000 00 $1,000 00 

Tho whole of this grant was expended, although a balance of $393.59 appears in 
the Public Accounts as unexpended. The returns from Agent McDonald, to whom 
was entrusted the expenditure of $1,000 (part of which was for the Sioux), not hav- 
ing reached this Department in time to be included in the published statement, and, 
as it was believed that the accountable cash given to Agent McDonald would be spent 
for food supplies, the whole $1,000, less $226.75, refunded, was charged to and 
appeal's in the provision account. 



(v) Surveys. 

Estimate. Expenditure. 

$35,000 00 $31,694 85 

The estimate was as close as was possible under the circumstances. 



(w) General Expenses. 

Original. $3,800 00 
Suppty .. 4,000 00 

$12,800 OO^Salaries and wages (1) $11,861 15 

1,500 00 Medical attendance (2) 2,812 20 

2,000 00 I Relief of distress (3) UTothing. 

4,000 00 Travelling expenses (4) 3,020 20 

2,200 OOJjMiscellaneous (5) 4,163 42 

Suppty 2,000 00 Salaries to farming instructors (6) . 2,529 70 

Balance unexpended 113 33 

Estimate $24,500 00 $24,500 00 



207 



Item 1. Estimated as closely as was possible under the circumstances. 

" 2. Estimate exceeded in consequence of an unforeseen payment of $1,5 18.78 

to the North- West Mounted Police for medicine, distributed from the 

stores for the force, to Indians requiring treatment. 
" 3. The expenditure for relief all charged to " provisions.'' 
" 4. Estimated as closely as possible. 
" 5. Exceeded in consequence of $1,362.65 of commission paid Baker & Co. 

and Bank of Montreal, for transmission of funds to pay annuities of 

Treaty No. 7, with sundry other unforeseen charges. 
" 6. Estimated as closely as possible. 



(x) Schools. 

Estimate. Expenditure. 

No. 4. $3,000 00 Salaries of Teachers $546 00 

'« 6. 3,000 00 do 522 00 

'■ 7. 1,000 00 do Nothing. 

Books for Treaty 4 48 78 

Balance unexpended 5,883 22 

Estimate $7,000 00 $7,000 00 

The only reason which can bo assigned for the small expenditure for Treaties 4 
and 6 is the difficulty experienced in getting in the School Returns on which the 
salaries are paid, owing, it is presumed, to the remote localities in which the schools 
are established. No school system has yet been commenced in Treaty No. 7. 

ROBT. SINCLAIR, 

Accountant, Indian Affairs. 
The Auditor-Genera^ 
Ottawa. 

22nd December, 1879. 



208 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30/A June, 18^9 — Continued. 

INDIANS— Concluded. 

Summary of Expenditure for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879. 



Service. 



Grant. 



Indians of Ontario and Quebec .. 

do New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince 
Edward Island 

do British Columbia 

do Manitoba.. 

8ioux on Little Saskatchewan , 

Manitoba Superintendency 

Indians of the North-West 



Total grant 

Total expenditure 

Balance unexpended. 



$ cts, 
26,800 00 
n,ooo 00 

48,561 00 

101.450 00 

2,600 00 

24 300 00 
313,711 00 



528,422 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 


$ cts. 


26,800 00 


10,777 52 
48,531 56 
80,791 46 
2,373 39 
20,020 97 
300,032 39 j 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 


$ cts. 


222 48 

29 44 

20,658 54 

226 61 

4,279 03 



More than 
Granted, 



13,678 61 



489,327 29 



39,094 71 



Ct8. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Examined, 

H. Gr. DUiNLEVlE. 



209 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 18Y9 — Continued. 
VOTE— NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Yote. 



Service. 



Pay to force, including staff , 

Extra pay to farmers and artisans 

Rations 

Forage » 

Fuel and light , 

Clothing 

Repairs, renewals, replacement of 

horses, arms and ammunition. 

Miscellaneous stores 

Medicines and medical comforts... 

Books and stationery 

Transport and freight charges, 

guides, teamsters and laborers. 
Contingencies 



Total expenditure...., 
Unexpended balance. 



Grant. 



Supple- 
mentary 
Grant. 



$ 

119,000 

2,500 

46,000 

54,000 

6,000 

22,000 

13,500 
6,000 
2,000 
1,000 

25,000 
9,000 



306,000 



4,500 
1,500 



3,500 
2,500 

6,000 



20,300 



41,000 



Total 
Grant. 



126,000 

47,500 

54,000 

9,500 

24,500 



19,500 
6,000 
500 I 2,500 

,200 3,200 



45,300 
9,000 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Ex- 
penditure. Lesgthan 
Granted. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 

125,774 49 

47,296 89 
49,553 75 

9.405 78 
24,114 33 

21,852 95 

5.406 03 
2,597 18 
3,116 32 

52,508 01 
3,197 99 



$ cts. 

225 51 

203 11 

4,446 25 

94 22 

385 67 



593 92 
' 83*68' 



5,802 01 



J 11,834 37 



344,823 77 



2,176 23 



$ cts. 



2,352 95 
97 18 

7,208 01 



9,658 14 



* I assume, with reference to this Supplementary Grant, as in other cases where a grant is not sub- 
divided, that the Accounting Department has a right to make such sub-division as may appear suitable 
to it. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

H. G\ Dunlevie. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



5a— 14 



210 



Departmknt of thb Interior, 

]STorth-West Mounted Police Branch, 

Ottawa, 29th January, 1880. 

SlB, — J have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 26th 
inst., transmitting a comparative statement of the appropriation and expenditure in 
connection with the North-West Mounted Police service for the year ended 30th 
June, 1879, and requesting explanation as to the cause of the surplus or deficit upon 
each Bub-head. 

The sub-division for the pay of the force and extra pay to farmers and artizans, 
shows an expenditure of $225.51 less than the appropriation. 

The subdivision for rations shows an expenditure of $203.11 less than the 
appropriation. 

The sub-division for fuel and light shows an expenditure of $94.22 less than the 
appropriation. 

The sub division for clothing shows an expenditure of $385.6*7 less than the 
appropriation. 

The sub-division for miscellaneous stores shows an expenditure of $593.92 less 
than i lie appropriation. 

The sub-division for hooks and stationery shows an expenditure of $83.68 less 
than the appropriation. 

These small unexpended balances, I presume, do not require explanation, as in a 
service such as the North- West Mounted Police it is impossible to estimate exactly 
the requirements of the force twelve months in advance. 

The sub-division for forage shows an expenditure less than the appropriation of 
$4,446.25. This was the result of a reduction in the prices of oats and hay as com- 
pared with previous years. 

The sub-division for contingencies shows an expenditure less than the appropria- 
tion of $5,802.01. A large sum has always been placed in the estimates of the 
Mounted Police for contingencies, but when possible the amounts paid from that sub- 
division of the appropriation have been charged to the classification to which they 
properly belong, the result of this being that in the estimates for the present fiscal 
year the sum of only $3,000 has been asked for contingencies instead of $9,000 as in 
previous years. 

The comparative statement shows an excess of the expenditure over the appro- 
priation in three sub-divisions, viz.: repairs, renewals, replacement of horses, arms 
and ammunition, $2,352.95 ; medicines and medical comforts, $97.18; transport and 
freight charges, guides, teamsters and laborers, $1,208.01. 

These items of over expenditure were caused partly by the charging thereto of 
items paid from the unexpended balance of contingencies, and partly by the require- 
ments of the service unforeseen when the estimates were prepared. 

I have the honor to be, 
Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

FRED. WHITE, 
For the Deputy Minister of the Interior 



211 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscat Year ended 3Qth June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— MISCELLANEOUS. 

Account of sums expended, compared with, the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. 



/ 



Canada Gazette a 

Miscellaneous Printing b 

Unforeseen Expenses ; expendi- 
ture thereof to be under Order- 
in- Council, and a detailed 
statement to be laid before 
Parliament during the first 15 
days of the next Session 

Commutation in lieu of remis- 
sion of duties on articles im- 
ported for the use of the Army 
and Navy c 

For the expenses of Government 
in the North-West Territories, d 

For the expenses of Government 
in the District of Keewatin.... e 

For the construction of Barracks 
in the North- West Territories. 

To pay to Hon. T. W. Anglin, salary 
attached to office of Speaker of! 
House of Commons, from 1st Oct , 
1878, to 12th Feb., 1879 

To pay for 350 copies of Parliamen- 
tary Companion 

To pay T. D. Harington, Esq., late 
Deputy Receiver-General, gratuity 
on his retirement, after 47 years' 
service, through the abolition of 
his office 

To pay for proportionate cost of 
testimonial to be presented to His 
Excellency M. Delfosse, for ser- 
vices on the Halifax Commission 
(remainder to be paid by the 
United States and Newfoundland 

To pay for expenses incurred in 
connection with the arrival at 
Halifax of His Excellency the 
Governor-General and Her 
Royal Highness Princess 
Louise, and train-hire be- 
tween Halifax and Ottawa h 

To pay expenditure incurred on ac- 
count of Special Trade Mission to 
France and Spain 

To pav F. X. Prieur, late Director 
of Penitentiaries, expenses incur- 
red by him on his removal from 
St. Vincent de Paul to Ottawa 



$ cts, 



10,C00 00 



Supple- 
mentary 
Grant. 



Total 
Grant. 



$ cts. $ cts 



3,000 00 



1,476 19 



700 00 



800 00 



2,389 05 



7,000 00 



11,000 00 



500 00 



4,000 00 
13,000 00 



50,000 00 

12,000 00 

17,000 00 

5,000 00 

15,000 00 

1,476 19 
700 00 

800 00 
2,389 05 

7,000 00 
11,000 00 



Expendi- 
ture. 



$ cts. 

3,434 24 
13,000 00 



19,473 37 

2,046 48 
10,598 97 

1,380 99 
14,305 01 

1,476 19 
700 00 

800 00 
2,389 05 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts.' % cts. 
565 76 



30,526 63 



9,953 52 

6,401 03 

3,619 01 

694 99 



7,443 17 

9,234 70 I 1,765 30 



500 00 500 00 



443 IT 



212 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30/A , June, 1879 — Continued. 

VOTE— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



To pay Sheriff of Montreal for ser- 
vices as Commissioner in issuing 
and refusing licenses to carry arms 
under Better Prevention of Crimes 
Act 



Total grant 

Total expenditure. ... 
Balance unexpended 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



Supple- 
mentary 
Grant. 



Total 
Grant. 



$ cts.! $ cts. 
139,865 24 



100 00 



100 00 



Expendi- 
ture. 



139,965 24 



% cts 
86,782 17 



100 00 



86,882 17 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 
53,526 24 



More than 
Granted. 



% cts. 
443 17 



53,526 24 



53,083 07 



443 17 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor-General. 
Examined, 

John Gorman. 



213 



KEMAKKS. 



a. As neither the extent nor the circulation of the Canada Gazette can be fore- 
seen, the estimate can only be approximate. 

b. This grant was paid over to the Accountant of the House of Commons, and 
no statement of expenditure, nor vouchers, have been furnished by him. 



.Note by the Commissioner of Customs. 

c. The practice has heretofore been to charge against this Vote, not only the 
Commutation Allowances in lieu of return duties, but all refunds to the Army and 
Navy as well. In this year's account only the Commutation Allowances have been 
so charged, while all refunds have gone to account of Customs Eeturned Duties. 

(Signed) J. JOHNSON, 

Commissioner, 



d,ej. (Copy.) 

Memo. Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 16th January, 1880. 

In reply to the Auditor-General's enquiry, why certain moneys, part of the 
appropriations of this Department for Government of the North- West Territories, 
Government of the District of Keewatin, and expenditure upon Mounted Police 
Barracks, remained unexpended at the close of the last financial year, the undersigned 
begs to remark : — 

1. With regard to the balance remaining on account of Government of the North- 
West, there were certain services estimated for, but for which no expenditure was 
incurred : as, for instance, aid to schools and improvement of roads, and bridges and 
ferries. 

2. The award of the Arbitrators, in the matter of the Western Boundary of the 
Province of Ontario, affecting, as it did, really all that portion of Keewatin in which 
the expenditures estimated for under that head were required, prevented such ex- 
penditure from being made for the time ; and the confirmation of the decision of the 
Arbitrators is still pending. 

3. The sum of $15,000 was estimated for to build Mounted Police Barracks, and 
$691.99 is simply the unexpended balaace of that sum, which was not required. 

(Signed) J. S. DENNIS, 

Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 



h. This excess was authorized by Order-in-Council of 11th July, and should be> 
charged to Unforeseen Expenses. 



214 



Appropriation Accounts jor Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879. — Continued. 

CHARGES ON EEVENUE. 



VOTE— CUSTOMS. 

Comparative Statement. 



Provinces. 


Appropriation. 


Expenditure. 
1 


Original. 


Supplemen- 
tary. 


Total. 


' Total. 


More than 
Appropria- 
tion. 


Less than 
Appropria- 
tion. 




$> cts. 
216,383 00 
200,445 00 


$ cts. 
•7,430 00 
6.690 00 


$ cts. 

223,813 00 

207,135 00 

94,485 00 

106,785 00 

13,450 00 

22,308 00 
24,600 00 
16,000 00 
15,000 00 


% cts. 

223,897 39 

202,753 30 

96,339 68 

107,338 01 

f 12,551 66 

t 1,975 06 

21 055 70 

24,304 12 

15,218 52 

14,277 85 


3p cts. 
84 39 

""i',854'68" 
553 01 

| 1,076 72 


$ cts. 


Quebec 


4,381 70 


New Brunswick 


93,195 00 1-290 00 


Nova Scotia 

Manitoba and North- ) 

West Territories .. J 

British Columbia 


105,635 00 

12,450 00 

22,308 00 
24,420 00 
16,000 00 
15,000 00 


1,150 00 
1,000 00 


1,252 30 


Prince Edward Island 


180 00 




295 88 


Inspection 

Miscellaneous 




781 48 







722 15 








Total 

Unexpended Balance- 


705,836 00 17,740 00 


723,576 00 


719,711 29 


3,568 80 


7,433 51 
3,864 71 




! ' 







Outside Service. 



Ports. 


Salaries. 


Contingen- 
cies. 


Amherstburg.., 


Ontario, 


$ cts. 

3,125 00 
2,200 00 
2,866 66 

600 00 
3,200 00 

675 00 
2,800 00 
9,811 83 

966 66 
2,200 00 

800 00 
1,326 07 

400 00 
1,750 00 

875 00 
1,000 00 
1,400 00 

200 00 
4,500 00 

800 00 


$ cts. 
196 52 


Belleville 


527 62 


Brantford 


585 52 


Brighton , 


154 91 


Broekville 


601 22 


Burwell , 


23 00 


Chatham 


294 96 


Clifton 


2,741 34 


Collingwood 


35 46 


Cobourg 


198 73 


Colborne „ i 


18 74 


Cornwall 


88 30 


Cramahe 


146 57 


Darlington 


162 55 


Dover 


58 14 


Dundas , 


131 40 


Dunnville - 


60 75- 


Elgin 

Fort Erie 








387 40 


Gait 


74 79- 



215 

Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 1879 — Continued 
CHAKGES ON REVENUE.— Continued. 



Outside Service — Continued. 



Ports. 



Ontario — Continued. 



Gananoque 
Goderich ... 

Guelph 

Hamilton..., 
Hope 



Kincardine... 

Kingston 

Kingsville.... 

Lindsay , 

London 

Morrisburg... 

Napanee 

Newcastle.... 
Niagara ....... 

Oakville 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound. 
Paris 



Penetanguishene 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Pre3cott 



Prince Arthur's Landing. 
Rowan 



St. Catharines..., 

Sarnia 

Saugeen 

San It Ste. Marie 

Stanley , 

•Stratford 

Toronto 

Trenton , 

Wallaceburg 

Whitby 

Windsor 

Woodstock 

St. Thomas 



Total. 



Quebec. 



Clarenceville 

Coaticook 

Dundee 



Salaries. 



Contingen- 
cies. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



Frelighsburg 

Gaspii 

Hemmingford I 

Lacolle I 

Magdalen Islands ] 



900 00 


J 1,026 05 


1,700 00 


82 55 


2,993 28 


441 67 


17,393 14 


3,010 08 


2,550 00 


229 19 


424 15 


35 81 


11,550 00 


1,459 05 


500 00 


36 75 


1,000 00 


147 21 


9,891 64 


1,970 67 


1,120 00 


162 81 


1,900 00 


235 98 


700 00 


20 0O 


1,300 00 


141 45 


1,600 00 


232 86 


1,350 00 


88 71 


9,170 83 


1,911 88 


1,000 00 


40 eo 


1,000 00 


49 30 


700 00 


4 67 


1,000 00 


157 88 


1,500 00 


200 16 


4,700 00 


1,213 30 


1,900 00 


24 17 


500 00 


115 13 


3,400 00 


319 58 


4,458 32 


537 97 


300 00 


41 40 


3,050 00 


384 96 


450 00 


44 51 


2,600 00 


250 27 


42,750 00 


9,718 93 


500 00 


84 70 


1,400 00 


145 00 


1,623 39 


150 93 


9,569 50 


491 89 


1,500 00 


49 62 


583 33 


128 58 


$192,023 80 


$31,873 59 


600 00 


284 00 


4,700 00 


620 72 


1,633 33 


128 25 


850 00 


81 58 


2,118 77 


255 23 


1,100 00 


80 00 


824 99 


108 00 


1,400 00 


191 63 



16 



rqpriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//t June, 1879 — Continued: 
CHARGES ON REVENUE— Continued. 



Outside Service — Continued. 



Ports. 



Brought forward. 



Quebec — Concluded. 



Montreal 

New Carlisle . 

Perce 

Potton .... 

Quebec 

Rimouski , 

Russelltown... 
St. Armand.... 
Bt, Hyacinthe. 

St. Johns 

Sherbrooke .... 

Sorel 

Stanstead 

Sutton 

Three Rivers.. 



Total. 



New Brunswick. 



Bathurst 

Baie Verte 

Campo Bello 

Caraquet 

Chatham 

Dalhousie 

Dorchester 

Fredericton ...... 

Grand Falls 

Hillsboro' 

Moncton 

Mc Adam's Junction. 

Newcastle 

Richibucto 

Sackville 

Shediac 

Shippegan 

St. Andrews 

St. George 

St. John 

St. Stephen 

West Isles 



Salaries. 



$ cts. 



Contingen- 
cies. 



cts. 



I 

I 

78,069 47 • 

3,100 00 

1,087 50 

1,433 33 

35,556 66 

650 00 
1.100 00 
1J600 00 

291 07 
3,400 00 
1,500 00 

500 00 
3,600 00 
1,300 00 
1,000 00 



35,653 79 
177 44 

69 75 

165 37 

15,900 95 

79 57 
142 25 

77 61 
111 60 
534 25 
147 59 

60 00 
186 72 

68 82 
213 06 



$147,415 12 $55,338 18 



2,100 00 

400 00 
1,100 00 

800 00 
4,000 00 
2,360 00 
1,100 00 
3,555 00 
1,583 31 
1,900 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
3,200 00 
3,160 00 
1,000 00 
1,180 00 

660 00 

2,950 00 

1,050 00 

43,108 27 

4,862 77 

700 00 



150 36 
4 39 
146 38 
218 33 
113 82 
118 00 

56 33 
737 77 

37 59 
7 76 

29 80 
115 63 

24 62 
128 04 

79 24 
106 67 

3-1 73 
326 57 

74 17 

6,348 44 

480 69 



Woodstock 


2,700 00 


334 00 


Total 


86,669 35 


9,670 33 





21*7 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879. — Continued. 
CHARGES ON 'REVENUE— Continued. 



Outside Service- -Concluded. 



Ports. 



Nova Scotia. 



Amherst 

Annapolis.. 

Antigonish 

Arichat , 

Baddeck , 

Barrington 

Bridgetown 

Cornwallis 

Digby 

Guysboro' 

Halifax 

Liverpool 

Lockport 

Londonderry 

Lunenburg 

Margaretsville 

North Sydney 

Parrsboro' 

Pictou , 

Port Hawkesbury. 

Port Hood 

Port Medway 

Shelburne , 

Sydney 

Truro , 

Weymouth 

Windsor.. 

Yarmouth 



Total. 



Manitoba. 



Winnipeg 

North- West Territories. 



British Columbia. 



Victoria. 



Prince Edward Island. 



Charlottetown. 
Summerside 



Total. 



Inspection of Ports. 



Contingencies of Head Office, &c. 



Salaries. 



% cts. 



3,230 00 

1,310 00 

1,600 00 

2,040 00 

2,100 00 

817 50 

920 00 

2,020 00 

1,980 00 

1,764 16 

50,779 99 

1,500 00 

600 00 

660 00 

2,100 82 

800 00 

1,893 33 

1,000 00 

5,600 00 

300 00 

710 00 

500 00 

550 00 

2,860 00 

995 00 

1,500 00 

2,510 00 

4,030 83 



Contingen- 
cies. 



$ cts. 



30 70 

63 17 

89 21 

7 76 



105 62 



96,671 63 



,050 00 



57 13 
132 34 

108 45 

7,897 18 

100 66 

""4 64* 

544 75 

7 20 

387 39 

58 00 
429 81 

3 61 

7 09 

3 80 

10 06 

""i 77*59" 

76 58 

25 18 

338 46 

10,666 38 



18,769 04 



16,096 66 
4,590 00 



20,686 66 



4,501 66 
1,975 06 

2,286 66 



3,118 27 
499 19 



',617 46 



8,000 00 | 



7,218 52 
14,277 85 



218 



EEMAEKS. 

In presenting the foregoing Summary Statement of Customs outside expendi- 
ture compared with the appropriations for same, I have the honour to state that as 
the difference between the two is so small, only amounting to about one half of one 
per cent., it would bo very difficult to point out in detail wherein the precise varia- 
tions occurred, or the causes therefor. As a general explanation, it may be said that 
the changes in the tariff made during the year necessitated a considerably increased 
expenditure, for the purpose of providing the various ports with appliances for the 
proper carrying out of its provisions, and with new books, forms, blanks, etc., of an 
unknown value at the time of the supplementary vote, which included a probable 
approximate amount, for that purpose was asked for, and which, in the aggregate, 
has exceeded the expectation. 

On the other hand, savings have been effected at various ports not then deemed 
certain. 

The variations have, to a great extent, occurred at the larger ports, where, in 
point of fact, the expenditure necessarily fluctuates according to ever occurring exigen- 
cies that cannot be wholly guarded against in advance, depending in a great 
measure on the length of the season of open navigatien and on the volume of trade. 

At Montreal and Quebec, savings have been effected, while at Halifax and 
St. John there has been an increase, to some extent due to the winter traffic via 
Halifax. 

In the North- West Territories, the expenditure is a percentage on the collections, 
and collections having been greater than anticipated, the expenditure, in proportion, 
has exceeded the estimates. From the more distant provinces vouchers are some- 
times late in arriving, and are consequently not charged in the accounts of the year 
in which the expenditure may have been made. 

There does not appear to be any exceptional items of variation during the year j 
only such as are liable to occur any year, notwithstanding the greatest care in prepar- 
ing the estimates and in controlling the expenditure. 

J. JOHNSON. 

Commissioner. 
Customs Department, 

Ottawa, 9th January, 1880. 



219 



Copy Inland Eevenue Department, 

Ottawa, 8th December, 18*79. 

Sir, — In reply to your request to be informed as to the causes affecting the 
discrepancy between the expenditure of this Department in its various services and 
the amount estimated therefor, I have the honour to state that the estimates for 
contingencies are made en bloc lor each branch of the service, based, of course, upon 
details furnished by past experience, and increased or decreased as the Department 
has reason to believe such increased or decreased expenditure is likely to be demanded 
by the anticipated exigencies of the service. 

It has been the constant aim of the Department: 1st. To limit its demands upon 
the Treasury within its anticipated actual requirements; and 2nd. To keep its actual 
expenditure within the sum voted by Parliament. 

The only reason that can be assigned for the one not having overtaken the other 
is, that the Department has exercised great vigilence in the direction of restraining 
any expenditure on the part of its officials which was not considered essential. 

There are but two services admitting of explanation on more specific grounds 
than the foregoing, viz. : " Cullers" and " Weights and Measures." 

The discrepancy in the former is due to the great falling off in the quantity of 
lumber finding its way to Quebec ; partly on account of the recent depression in the 
lumber trade, and partly owing to a change in its character. 

That under the second head arises from the fact that when the present Govern- 
ment acceded to office, the Weights and Measures Act was not working in a manner 
that was deemed satisfactory, and pending radical legislative changes, many Deputy 
Inspectors were instructed to discontinue their inspection, or to limit them within 
very restricted areas; by which cause a considerable sum, which would otherwise 
have been required, was saved. 

Trusting these explanations may meet your requirements, 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 
(Signed ) E. MIALL, Jr. 

Assistant Commissioner* 



220 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 
COLLECTION OF EE VENUE. 



VOTE— EXCISE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted,' for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. Supple- 
mentary. 



Salaries of Officers and Inspec 
tors of Excise (see Subsidiary, 
Statements) 

Travelling expenses, rent, fuel, 
stationery, &c 

Preventive Service 

To pay Collectors of Customs 
allowance on duties collected 
by them 



$ cts. 



5,500 00 



$ cts. 



800 00 



Total grant 

Total expenditure 

Balance unexpended. 



Total 
Grant. 



$ cts. 



174,040 00 

40,000 00 
6,300 00 



2,000 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Expenditure com- 
pared with Grant. 



222,340 00 



$ cts. 



172,882 81 

31,306 80 
5,186 62 



Less than More than 
Granted. Granted. 



$ cts.) $ cts. 



1,157 19 



1,688 48 



8,693 20 
1,113 38 



311 52 



211,064 71 



11,275 29 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General 

Examined, 

H. Gr. DUNLEVIE. 



221 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 18*79 — Continued. 
COLLECTION OF REVENUES— Continued, 



YOTE— EXCISE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, on account of 
Salaries, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or 
deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Expendi- 
ture. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Salaries op Officers. 

Province of Ontario a 

do Quebec -. b 


$ cts. 

98,800 00 
30,200 00 
7,200 00 
7,340 00 
1,000 00 
2,800 00 
1,900 00 
24,800 00 


$ cts. 

98,501 15 

29,653 66 

7,199 96 

6,373 20 

1,900 00 

1 3,380 00 

1,874 92 

23,999 92 


$ cts, 

298 85 

546 34 

04 

966 80 


$ cts. 


do Nova Scotia d 

do Manitoba .. e 


900 00 


do British Columbia / 

do Prince Edward Island g 


'" 25"08" 
800 08 


580 00 


Inspection h 




Total ^rant 


174,040 00 


i 
i 

172,882 81 


1,157 19 






















(a) Province of Ontario. 

Algoma 

Belleville 


600 00 

3,900 00 

1,900 00 

800 00 

600 00 

3,950 00 

12,200 00 

8,400 00 

3,400 00 

8,900 00 

3,400 00 

5,200 00 

700 00 

1,300 00 

5,300 00 

2,850 00 

4,300 00 

18,700 00 

12,400 00 


600 00 

3,256 96 

1,900 00 

800 00 

600 00 

3,850 00 

11,900 00 

8,866 46 

4,844 55 

8,600 00 

3,392 83 

4,783 31 

700 00 

700 55 

5,600 00 

2,750 00 

4,331 10 

19,792 99 

11,232 40 


643 04 

100 00 

300 00 








Collingwood 

Cornwall „ , 

Goderich] 

Guelph 






466 46 


Kingston 


""aoo'oo" 

7 17 
416 69 

599 45 

" ibo bo* 


1 444 55 


London 




Ottawa 




Paris 

Perth 




Peterborough 




Preacott 


300 00 


Sarnia 






31 10 


Toronto 


1,167*60 


1,092 99 


Windsor 








98,800 00 


98,501 15 


298 85 








Balance unexpended 







909 



Appropriation Accounts for Fined/ Year ended 30//t June, 1879 — Continued 
COLLECTION OF REVENUES— Continued. 

VOTE— EXCISE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted on account 
of Salaries, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus 
or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 



(6) Province of Quebec. 



Beauharnois 

Montreal 

Magdalen Islands. 

Quebec 

Sherbrooke 

St. Y yacinthe 

St. Johns 

Terrebonne 

Three Rivers 



Grant. 



Total grant 

Total expenditure 

Balance unexpended 



(c) Province of New Brunswick. 

St. Johns (including St. Andrews & St. Stephens) 
Miramichi 



$ cts. 



400 00 
19,100 00 
300 00 
7,500 00 
400 00 
600 00 
800 00 
400 00 
700 00 

30,200 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts, 



400 00 
19,039 21 
300 00 
6,997 83 
400 00 
600 00 
800 00 
400 00 
716 62 



29,653 66 



Total grant 

Total expenditure 

Balance unexpended, 



(d) Province of Nova Scotia. 

Cape Breton 

Halifax 

Pictou i 

Yarmouth , 



6,200 00 
1,000 00 

7,200 00 



6,199 96 
1,000 00 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant, 



Less than 
Granted. 



7,199 96 



Total grant 

Total expenditure 

Balance unexpended 



700 00 
,340 00 
800 00 
500 00 



7,340 00 



(e) Province of Manitoba. 



Winnipeg. 



1,000 00 



500 00 

5,173 22 

199 98 

500 00 



6,373 20 



1,900 00 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



60 79 
502 17 



546 34 



04 



04 



200 00 
166 78 
600 02 



966 80 



$ Cts. 



16 62 



900 00 



223 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 
COLLECTION OF KEVENUES— Continued. 



YOTE— EXCISE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted on account 
of Salaries, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus 
or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


(/) Province op British Columbia. 
Victoria 


$ cts. 
2,800 00 


$ cts. 
3,380 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
580 00 








(^) Province op Prince Edward Island. 

Charlottetown : 

Summerside 


1,400 00 
500 00 


1,375 00 

499 92 


25 00 
08 




Total grant. , 


1,900 00 


1,874 92 










Total expenditure...... 













Balance unexpended 




25 08 
200 00 




(A) Inspectors 
1 Chief Inspector 


2,600 00 
8,600 00 
4,400 00 
1,800 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,200 00 
1,200 00 


2,400 00 
8,600 00 
4,000 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
2,000 00 

2.199 92 

1.200 00 




4 District Inspectors, Ontario.. 

2 do Quebec 

1 do New Brunswick 




400 00 




1 do Nova Scotia 

1 do Manitoba , 




200 00 




1 do British Columbia 


08 




1 do Prince Edward Island 




Total grant , „. 


24,800 00 


23,999 92 


800 08 




Total expenditure 






Balance unexpended 















2'24 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 18*79 — Continued. 
COLLECTION OF EEVENUES— Continued. 



VOTE-CULLING TIMBER. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted on account 
of Salaries, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus 
or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. 



Quebec Office. 

1 Supervisor 

1 Deputy Supervisor and Book-keeper 

1 Cashier -. 

3 Specification Clerks 

1 Messenger 

9 Specification Clerks, viz :— 

(1 at $1,000 00 $1,000 00] 

2 700 00 1,400 00 I 

4 600 00 2,400 00 f 

2 500 00 1,000 00 J 

Pay of Cullers 

Contingencies 



Montreal Office. 



1 Deputy Supervisor 

Book-keeper and Specification Clerks. 

Pay of Cullers 

Contingencies 

Supervisor at Sorel , 



cts. 



2,000 00 
1,600 00 
1,200 00 
1,900 00 
400 00 



5,800 00 
55,000 00 

5,ooo;oo 



800 00 
1,000 00 
2,755 00 

300 eo 



Total grant , 

Total expenditure.... 
- alance unexpended , 



Cullers' Annuities. 
Paid under authority of Act 40 Vic, cap. 16. 



77,755 00 



Ex- 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



penditure. 



J Less than 
Granted. 



cts. 



2,000 00 
1,600 00 
1,200 00 
1,633 28 
400 00 



5,625 00 



20,506 95 
5,368 73 



666 60 
432 79 
311 94 
170 04 
114 78 



More than 
Granted. 



% cts. 



266 72 



175 00 
34,493 05 



40,030 11 



133 40 

567 21 

2,443 06 

129 96 



38,208 40 



37,724 89 



4,689 91 



$ cts. 



368 73 



114 78 



483 51 



2'2: 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued, 
COLLECTION OF EEYENUES— Continued. 



VOTE—WEIGHTS AND MEASURES AND GAS. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted on account 
of Salaries, for the Year ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus 
or deficit upon each sub-head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. 



Supple- 



Total | 



Ex 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



mentary. Grant. | penditure. 



Salaries of Deputy Inspectors 

of Weights and Measures ...j 

Salaries of Gas Inspectors 

Weights and Measures Contin-! 

gencies i 35,000 00 

Gas Contingencies 



$ cts.j $ cts. 

I 



Less than More than 
Granted, j Granted, 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



54,300 00 50,410 



11,000 00 



Total grant 

Total expenditure.. .. 
Balance unexpended. 



500 00 S 35,500 00 
8,500 00 



109,300 00 



8,646 08 

21,643 26 
3,304 65 



84,004 97 j 



3 889 02 

2,353 92 

13,856 74 

5,195 35 



25,295 03 



$ cts. 



INSPECTION OF STAPLES. 



For the purchase and distri- 
bution of standards of flour, 
Ac, and tor other expendi- 
ture under the Act 



3,000 00 



622 94 



2,377 06 



ADULTERATION OF FOOD. 



To meet expenses under the 
Act 30 Vic, cap. 49...., 



10,000 00 ; 7,797 02 



2,202 9S 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General 
Examined, 

H. Gr. DUNLEVIE. 



5a.— 15 



22G 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended .°>0/// June, 18*79 — Continued 

REVENUE— Continued. 



VOTE— MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS, CANALS. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Grant. 



Ordinary Repairs 

Supplementary Grant 

do Slid<\« aud Booms 

do Ottawa District Works a 



Salaries of Staff. 



136,500 00 

16,000 00 

3,596 37 

457 12 



b 



Surplus. 



Total 
Grant. 



$ cts. 



Expen- 
diture. 



$ cts. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant, 



Less than 'More than 
Granted. Granted. 



156,553 49 137,962 76 
230,000 00 226,826 67 



$ Cts, 



18,590 73j 
3,173 33 



$ cts. 



386,553 49, 364,789 43 



21,764 06 



a Estimates for repairs are only approximate. 

b The expense of the Staff varies with the number of vessels passing through the Canal. 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General. 



Note by Auditor-General. 

This account is not given in as great detail as the estimates required, but the examiner of the 
service in this office could not do more within the time at his disposal. The corresponding statement 
^or 1879 will be according to the subdivisions of the estimates for that year. 



227 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 18*79 — Continued. 
COLLECTION OF EEVENUE— Continued. 



TOTE— COLLECTION OF CANAL TOLLS AND SLIDE AND BOOM 

DUES. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Salaries and contingencies of Canal Officers 



Collection of Slide and Boom Dues. 



Details. 



Salaries and Contingencies of Canal Officers. 



Welland Canal 

St. Lawreuce Canals. 

Chambly Canal.. 

Burlington Bay Canal... 

St. Anne's Locks 

Ottawa and Rideau Canal3. 

Inspector.. 

Contingencies 



Details. 
Collection of Slide and Boom Dues. 



Ottawa Agency 

Quebec Agency 

St. Maurice Agency 

Saguenay Agency 

Minor works 

General contingencies. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



$ cts. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



32.020 00 ! 29,174 02 



$ cts. 
2,845 93 | 



More than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



20,245 00 



18,855 13 1,389 87 



6,170 00 

9,900 00 

2,800 00 

300 00 

900 00 

3,030 00 

1,400 00 

7,500 00 



6,170 00 
9.65S 29 
2,775 80 
300 00 
900 00 
2,050 00 
1,400 00 
5,919 93 



32,020 00 | 29,174 03 



13,645 00 

5,400 00 

700 00 

400 00 

100 00 



12,856 00 

5,219 13 

559 00 



221 00 



18,855 13 



241 71 
24 20 



1,000 00 
1,580 "6"f 



2,815 98 



789 00 J 
180 87 | 
141 00 
400 00 
100 00 ! 



221 00 



1,610 87 



221 00 



a The expenditure at the Ottawa and Quebec Agencies, together with general contingencies, 
amounting to $18,296.13, has been transferred by the Finance Department to the Ontario and Quebec 
Special Account for adjustment, leaving an expenditure a3 against this grant of $559. 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and. 
is correct. 

J. L McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General 
Examined, 

H. Gr. DUNLEVIE. 
5a — l$i 



228 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued. 
COLLECTION REVENUE— Continued. 



VOTE—MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS, RAILW AY8~Continued. 

Intercolonial Railway. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the suiplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Intercolonial Railway 

Supplementary grant to complete 
working expenses 



1, Locomotive power 

Supplementary 



Grant. 



Total 
Grant. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Ct3. $ cts 

1,600,000 00 
200,000 00 



$ cts. 



500,000 00 
43,000 00 



2. Car expenses 

Supplementary. 



3. Station and train expenses. 



275,000 00 
60,000 00 

200,000 00 



I 

543,000 00 558,344 19 



4. General charges * 125,000 00 

Supplementary | 15,000 00 



5. Maintenance of way and works...,' 500,000 00 
Supplementary i 82,000 00 



200,000 00 
140,000 00 



582,000 00 



Deduct unexpended. 
Overexpended 



1,800,000 00 



341,105 65 

190.525 92 

141,680 86 

778.526 60 
2,010,183 22 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant, 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



More than 
Granted. 



cts. 



9,474 08 



15,344 19 
6,105 65 



1,680 86 



196.526 60- 



9,474 08 



219,657 30 
9,474 08 

210,183 22 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

JOHN McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor-General. 
Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



Note by Auditor-General. 

The appropriation was overdrawn through the charges being in the first instance entered under 
the mode of keeping the Intercolonial Railway account, in a suspense account. The appropriations 
were only charged as the amounts covered by the several subheads were distributed, which took place 
from two to four months after the expenditure took place. Should the same manner of distributing 
be continued the intention of Parliament can only be secured by charging the suspense account against 
the general appropriation in the first instance. 



2:9 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 1879 —Continued. 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE- Continued. 



VOTE— MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS, RAILWAYS— Continued. 
Prince Edward Island Railway, 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 






Service. 



Prince Edward Island Railway 

Supplementary grant to complete work- 
ing expenses ........ 



Grant. 



Total 
Grant. ' 



Expendi- 
ture. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than More than 
Granted. I Granted. 



$ cts. $ cts 
200,000 00 
20,000 00 



1. Locomotive Power 

2. Car expenses 

3. Station and Train expenses. 

Supplementary 



4. General charges ... 
Supplementary. 



5. Maintenance of Way and Works 
{Supplementary 



Less unexpended. 
Overexpended 



20,000 00 
3,000 00 



7,000 00 
8,000 00 



80,000 00 
9,000 00 



60,000 00 
33,000 00 



$ cts, 



51,858 52 
29,358 92 



23,000 00 22,967 99 



$ cts. 



8,141 48 
3,641 08 

32 01 



15,000 00 

89,000 00 

220,000 00 



16,260 12 
102,867 57 



223,314 12 



$ cts. 



1,260 12 
13,867 57 



11,814 57 15,127 69 
11,814 57 



3,313 12 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 






Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



Note. — See explanation on previous page, which applies to this account also. 



230 

No. L — Intercolonial Eailw.w. 

General Expenditure Account for year ondod 30th Juno, 1879. 

Dr. 

Cheques issued by Railway Department at Moneton 
during t ho year — 

On Bank of Montreal $1,672,366 28 

On Molson's Bank 570,001 03 

$2,242,367 31 

Payments at Ottawa during year. 157,468 72* 

Issues of stores during the year 101,664 43 

$2,501,500 46 
Ce. 
Distributed as follows— 

Charged to Working Expenses $2,010,183 22 

Less, Renewals Suspense (a) 168,^96 03 

$1,841,787 19 
Charged to Capital — 

Halifax Extension $21,282 78 

St. John Extension 45,771 70 

Completion 159,584 71 

$226,639 19 

Charged to Back Charges 362,762 05 

Charged to Open Accounts 70,312 03 

$2,501,500 46 

THOMAS D. TIMST" 

Financial Inspector 
Finance Department, 

Ottawa, November, 1879. 

(a) Balance at debit of Renewals Suspensa Account in Dominion Statement of affairs, 30th June,. 
1878, included in working expenses of year 1878-9. 

No. 2 — Intercolonial Bail way. 

General Eeceipts Account for year ended 30th June, 1879. 

Dr. 

Net revenue accrued during year $1,294,099 69' 

Back charges transferred from Expenditure Account (Statement No. 1/ 362,762 05 
Transferred to Open Accounts & 53,220 2d 

$1,710,081 9T 
Ce, 
Gross receipts during the year — 

Deposited in Montreal Bank, Moneton $1,588,918 23 

do Molson's Bank 120,563 74 

do at Ottawa 600 00 

$1,710,081 97 

THOMAS D. TIMS, 

Financial Inspector. 
Finance Department, 

Ottawa, November, 1879. 



231 

No. 3.— Intercolonial Eailwav. 

Open Accounts, 30th June, 1879. 

Dr. 

To balance per Public Accounts, 30th June, 1878 $141,241 72 

To expenditure by cheque during the year 1878-9 70,312 03 

$211,553 75 
Cr. 

By transfers from receipts, per Statement 2 $53,220 23 

do EailsLoan Account 13,614 87 

$66,835 10 

Balance outstanding, 30th June, 1879, viz. : 

Debit balances per Railway Books $164,543 00 

Credit do 19,824 35 

$144,718 65 

THOMAS D. TIMS, 
Finance Department, Financial Inspector. 

Ottawa, November, 1879. 

No. 4. — Intercolonial Railway. 
Appropriation Account for year ended 30th June, 1879. 
Working Expenses. 

Unexpended 
balances. 

Expenditure of year $2,010,183 22 

Voted for year... 1,800,000 00 

Excess of expenditure $210,183 22 

Capital Account. 
Halifax Extension — 

Voted , $25,000 00 

Expended 21,282 78 

^ $3,717 22 

Deep Water Wharf, St. John- 
Voted $100,000 00 

Ex P- ded _JV71W 54,228 30 

Completion of Line — 

Voted $20,000 and $20,000 $40,000 00 

" award to Boggs & Murray 101,753 00 

" Engine House, St. Flavie 5,721 02 

Unexpended balances brought forward, per Public 

Accounts, 1877-78, part ii, page 325 78,500 00 

225,974 02 

Ex P 6nd6d 159 ' 584 ° 2 66,389 31 

Total unexpended balances $124,334 83 

THOMAS D. TIMS, 

Finance Department, Financial Inspector. 

Ottawa, 12th November, 1879. 



232 



No. 5. — PRINCE EDWARD Island Railway. 
General Expenditure Account for year ended 30th Juno, 1879. 

Dr. 

Total payments by cheque $262,002 04 

Cost of rails paid for through Messrs. Morton, Eose & Co 16,123 01 

Stores issued 5,429 98 

284,455 03 

Cr. 

Transferred to Working Expenses 223,313 12 

Capital 40,129 05 

Open Accounts 21,012 86 

$284,455 03 



THOMAS D. TIMS 



Finance Department, 

Ottawa, November, 18*79. 



Financial Inspector. 



No. 6. — Prince Edward Island Eailway. 

General Eeceipts Account for year ended 30th June, 1879. 

Dr. 

Eevenue accrued during year.... , $125,855 91 

Open Accounts — Transfers ,. 21,413 92 

147,269 83 

Cr. 
Gross deposits to credit of Eeceiver-General during year $147,269 83 



THOMAS D. TIMS, 

Financial Inspector. 
Finance Department, 

Ottawa, November, 1879. 



233 



No. 7. — Prince Edward Island Railway. 
Open Accounts, 30th June, 1879. 

Dr. 

Balance at debit of Open Account, 30th June, 1878 

Expended during year 1878-79, per Statement 5 

Or. 

Receipts transferred, per statement 6 , 

Balances outstanding 30th June, 1879, per Railway 
books, consisting of : 

Debit balances , 6,422 19 

Credit balances 1,106 23 



Finance Department, 

Ottawa, November, 1879. 



$5,717 02 
21,012 86 

26,729 88 
21,413 92 



$5,315 96 



THOMAS D. TIMS, 

Financial Inspector. 



No. 8. — Prince Edward Island Railway. 
Appropriation Account for year ended 30th June, 1879. 

Working Expenses. 

Appropriation for year $220,000 00 

Expended do 223,313 12 

Over-expended 3,313 12 

Capital Account. 

Appropiation for year 49,000 00 

Expended do 40,129 05 

Unexpended balance $8,870 95 

THOMAS D. TIMS, 

Financial Inspector. 
Finance Department, 

Ottawa, November, 1879. 



23J 



[NTEROOLONIAL Railway. 

Statement of open A.ooounts, 30th Jane, 1879, per Railway Books. 

Dr. 

(ash $5,732 30 

Slat ions 33,952 41 

Windsor and Annapolis Railway 7,546 50 

Pnnohard, Clark &Co 7,652 34 

Post Office Department 21,089 42 

Vale Colliery Co 2,402 28 

I- teroolonial Express Co 1,567 43 

Bents Account 1,946 45 

Bills Receivable 3,400 00 

Suspense Account 1,921 46 

A. B. Killam 4,331 90 

James Harris & Co 7,234 24 

Steel Co. of Canada 7,440 34 

Acadia Coal Co 5,684 01 

Dominion Telegraph Co 145 31 

Springhill & Parreboro' Railway 3,388 44 

P. E. Island Steam Navigation Co 9 95 

Militia Department 613 73 

Pullman PalaceCar Co 865 88 

P. ES. Island Railway 7 44 

St. Martin and Uph am Railway 3,810 52 

Intercolonial Coal Co 276 00 

(V)ldbrook Mills 2,191 17 

Western Counties Railway, General Account . 13,922 61 

Department of Agriculture 17,921 85 

Elgin Branch Railway 726 10 

Albert Railway 612 40 

Western Counties Railway, Traffic Account 2,055 54 

Department of Marine and Fisheries 50 64 

Moneton Gas & Water Co 20 

Spring Hill Coal Co 19 08 

Cape Breton Coal and Railway Co 2,01)0 06 

Montreal Telegraph Co... 9 00 

Ko\a Scotia Forge Co 146 78 

S. S. City of St. John 820 01 

Halifax Rolling Mill Co 44 65 

Miscellaneous Petty Accounts 2,914 56 

Less credit balances — 164,543 00 

Accident Insurance 8,216 18 

Grand Trunk Railway, General Account... 5,116 22 

do Traffic 5,682 99 

Chatham Branch Railway 490 67 

Miscellaneous petty accounts 318 29 

19,824 35 

144,718 65 

General stores 243,758 10 

$388,476 75 
Cr. 
Dominion Account $388,476 75 

Finance Department, THOMAS D. TIMS, 

Ottawa, November, 1879. Financial Inspector. 



235 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended oOth June, 1879 — Continued. 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE—PUBLIC WORKS. 



VOTE.— MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS— TELEGRAPH LINES. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Yote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Total 
Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted 


More than 
Granted. 


Telegraph Lines, B.C. (including subsidy) 

Telegraph Line from Victoria to Nanaimo, 

British Columbia 




$ cts. 

41,500 00 

7,000 00 
2,000 00 


% cts. 

41,496 65 

7,023 30 
1,946 66 


$ cts. 
5 35 


$ cts. 




23 30 


Mainland, P.E.I 





53 34 











Total. 




50,500 00 


50,464 61 


58 69 
23 30 


23 30 


Deduct deficit 










I 




Balance unexpended 






35 39 















I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor'- General. 
Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



2 6 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//*. June, 1879 — Continued. 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE— PUBLIC WORKS. 



VOTE,— MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS. 

AroouNT of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Total 
Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Agent and Contingencies, B.C 




$ cts. 
4,000 00 


$ cts. 
2,495 TO 


$ cts. 
1,504 30 


$ cts. 










Total 


.... 


4,000 00 


2,495 70 


1,504 30 




Balance unexpended- 



















I certify that this]account,has been examined under my directions, and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



23? 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 18?9— -Continued. 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE— Continued. 



VOTE— POST OFFICE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted on account 
of Post Office Service, for the Year ended 30th June, 18*79, showing 
the surplus or deficit upon each sub-head of Yote. 




Ontario. 
Mail Service. 



Grand Trunk Railway 

Great Western Railway 

Other Railways 

Steamboat and sailing craft 

Stages and other ordinary land conveyances. 



Salaries. 



Inspectors, Assistant Inspectors and Clerks 

Railway Mail Clerks 

City Post Offices, Postmasters, Assistant Post- 
masters, Clrrks and Letter Carriers 

Ocean Mail Service 

Commission to Stamp Vendors... 

Salaries and Allowances to country Post Offices.. 



5,000 00 

70 000 00 

90,000 00 

6,000 00 

210,000 00 



36,000 00 
84,000 00 

126,000 00 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



76,560 00 
69,423 06 

103,377 70 
5,548 49 

202,894 87 



36,304 59 
83,272 96 

134,711 70 
3,084 88 
9,444 84 

237,604 56 



Miscellaneous. 

Fuel, light, rents, water rates, &c, for City Postj 
Offices and Inspectors' Offices | 

Travelling allowances and expenses of Inspectors,! 
Assistant Inspectors, Ocean Mail Clerks, &C..., 

Stationery, printing and advertising 

Other miscellaneous items— Supply of postage 
stamps, po3t cards, envelopes, hand stamps, 
seal3, scales and weights for Postmasters, 
street letter boxes, office fittings, tradesmens' 
bills for articles for Post Office use, mail bag3, 
locks, &c 



7,000 00 6,213 36 



Total 



Quebec. 

Mail Service. 

Grand Trunk Railway 

Intercolonial Railway ... 

Other Railways 

Steamboats and sailing craft 

Wtages and other ordinary land conveyances 

Carried forward 



8,000 00 

20,000 00 



34,000 00 



777,000 00 



96,000 00 

19,000 00 

27,000 00 

5,000 00 

118,000 00 

265,003 00 



8,449 35 
21,466 14 



47,191 35 
1,045,548 35 



104,145 00 

13,350 00 

21,215 83 

8,718 50 

116,276 03 



266,705 36 



$ cts. 




More than 
Granted. 



786 64 



5,650 00 
3,784 17 



1,723 97 



$ cts. 



13,377 70. 



304 59- 
727 04 

8,711 70 

3,084 88 

9,444 84 

237,604 56 



449 35 
1,466 14 



13,191 35 



8,165 00 
3,718 50 






Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30//*. June, 1870 — Continued. 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE— Continued. 



POST OFFICE— Continued. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted on account 

of Post Office Services, &c. 



Service. 



Grant. 



Brought forward.... 
Quebec — Concluded. 
Salaries. 



Inspector?, Assistant Inspectors, and Clerks 

Railway Mail Clerks 

City Post Offices, Postmasters, Assistant Post- 
masters, Clerks and Letter Carriers 

Ocean Mail Clerks..- 

Commission to Stamp Venders 

Salaries and allowances to country Post Offices 



$ cts- 
265,000 90 



14,000 00 
50,000 00 

100,000 00 
6,000 00 



Miscellaneous. 

Fuel, light, rents, water rate?, &c, for City Post 
Offices and Inspectors' Offices ._ 

Travelling allowances and expenses of Inspectors,! 
Assistant Inspectors, Ocean Mail Clerks, &c...| 

Stationery, printing and advertising... 

Other miscellaneous items— Supply of postage 
stamps, post cards, envelopes, hand stamps, 
seals, scales and weights for Postmasters, 
street letter boxes, office fittings, tradesmens' 
bills for articles for Post Office use, mail bags, 
locks, &c 



5,000 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 



18,000 00 



Total. 



New Brunswick. 
Mail Service. 



Intercolonial Railway 

Other Railways 

Steamboats and sailing craft , 

Stages and other ordinary land conveyances. 



Salaries. 



Inspectors, Assistant Inspectors and Clerks 

Railway Mail Clerks 

City Post Offices, Postmasters, Assistant Post- 
masters, Clerks and Letter Carriers 

Commission to Stamp Venders 

Country Post Offices 



474,000 00 



Carried forward 



33,000 00 

14,000 00 

9,000 00 

48,000 00 



8,000 00 
14,000 00 

25,000 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Expenditure 
compared wiih Grant. 



$ cts. 
266,705 36 



13,487 88 

50,831 88 

104,458 91 

2,706 78 

4,945 89 

70,088 93 



5,612 23 

4,214 68 
9,111 74 



21,525 74 



Less than 
Granted. 



553,690 02 



151,000 00 



25,800 00 

51,121 69 

7,450 00 

43,251? 79 



6,840 00 
13,672 50 

28,525 03 

976 59 

30,533 01 



208,169 61 



$ cts. 



3,293 22 



1,785 32 
888 26 



7,200 00 

878 31 

1,650 00 

4,749 21 



1,160 00 
327 50 



More than 
Granted. 



239 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30 th June, 1SY9 — Continued. 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE— CW/w.*/. 



VOTE— POST OFFICE— Continued. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted on account 

of Post Office Services, &c. 



Service. 



Grant. 



Brought forward 

New Brunswick — Concluded. 
Miscellaneous. 

Fuel, light, rent, &c , for City Post Offices and In- 
spectors' Offices] 

Travelling allowances and expenses of Inspec- 
tors, &c .--« - 

Stationery, printing and advertising 

Other miscellaneous items— supply of postage 
stamps, post cards, envelopes, hand stamps, 
&c, &c 



Total 



Nova Scotia. 
Mail Service. 



% cts. 
151,000 00 



3,000 00 

2,000 00 
5,000 00 



6,000 00 
167,000 00 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



. Less than J More than 
Granted, i Granted. 



% cts. 
208,169 91 



5,297 70 



893 80 
2,761 00 



7,750 12 



188,872 23 



Intercolonial Railway 

Other Railways 

Steamboats and sailing craft 

Stages and other ordinary land conveyances. 



Salaries. 

Inspectors, Assistant Inspectors and Clerks 

Railway Mail Clerks 

City Post Offices, Postmasters, Assistant Post- 
masters, Clerks and Letter Carriers 

Commission to Stamp Venders .. 

Country Post Offices 



20,000 00 

12,' 00 00 

4,000 00 

100,000 00 



10,000 00 
8,000 00 

23,000 00 j 



Miscellaneous. 

Fuel, light, rent, <fec , for City Post Offices and In- 
spectors' Offices 2,000 00 

Travelling allowances and expenses to Inspec- 
tors, &c j 2,000 00 

Stationery, printing and advertising | 7,000 00 

Other miscellaneous items — supply of postagei 

stamps, post cards, envelopes,hand stamps, &cj 8,000 00 



14,700 00 

7,655 96 

5,247 97 

102,583 84 



6,710 97 

6,836 40 

21,419 32 

968 44 



4,649 49 I 
925 95 



Total 196,000 00 i 229,579 80 



$ cts. 



1,10S 20 
2,239 00 



5,300 00 
4,344 00 



3,289 03 
1,163 60 

1,580 68 



1,074 05 
3,679 80 



6,483 51 I 1,516 49 



$ cts. 



2,297 70 



1,750 12 



1,247 97 
2,583 84 



968 44 
48,077 75 



2,649 49 






Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879. — Continued. 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE— Continued. 



POST OFFICE— Continued. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted on account 

of Post Office Services, &c. 









Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 


Service. 


Grant. 


Ex- 
penditure. 




Less than 
Granted. 


More than 
Granted. 


Prince Edward Island. 
Mail Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ eta. 


$ cts - 


Prince Edward Island Railway 

Steamboats and sailing craft 


10,000 00 
13,000 00 
12,000 00 


8,064 00 
12,623 00 
12,453 76 


1,936 00 
377 00 




Stages and other ordinary land conveyances 

Mail Service. 


453 76 








Inspectors, Assistant Inspectors, Clerks, City Post 


9,000 00 


13,914 49 




4,914 4* 


Miscellaneous. 






Fuel, light, rent, taxes, travelling expenses, sta- 


2,000 00 


3,770 49 




1,770 49 






Total 


46.000 00 


50,825 74 








Manitoba (Including X. W. Territories.) 








Mail Service. 










Stages and other ordinary land conveyances 


28,000 00 


21,455 75 


6,545 25 




Salaries. 










Inspectors, &c , &c. ■ 


6,000 00 


5,529 09 


471 91 




Miscellaneous. 












4,000 00 


2,201 79 


1,798 21 








Total 


38,000 00 


29,186 63 








British Columbia. 








Mail Service. 










Steamboats and sailing craft 

Stages and other ordinary land conveyances 


18,000 00 
40,000 00 


20,688 33 
34,855 75 




2,688 33" 


5, 144 25 




Salaries. 










Inspectors, Post Offices, <fcc 


7,000 00 


10,413 61 




3,413 64 


Carried forward „.... 


65,000 €0 


65,957 72 







241 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended SOth June, 18*79 — Coniinned. 
COLLECTION' OF REVENUE— Concluded. 



VOTE -POST OFFICE— Concluded. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted on account 

of Post Office Service, &c. 



Service. 



Salaries. 



Ex- 

penditure. 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



More than 
Granted. 





Brought forward 


$ cts. 
65,000 00 


$ cts. 
65,957 72 


$ cts. 


$ eta. 




British Columbia— Concluded. 




1 








Miscellaneous. 












light, rent, travelling expenses, &c 

Total 


4,000 00 


3,605 86 


394 14 






69,000 00 


69,563 58 





RECAPITULATION 



Ontario , 


777,000 00 

474,000 00 

167,000 00 

196,000 00 

46,000 00 

38,000 00 

63,000 00 


1,015,548 35 

553,690 02 

188,872 23 

229,579 80 

50,825 74 

29,186 63 

69,563 58 




263,548 35 


■Quebec -„... 




79,690 02 


New Brunswick 




""8,813* 37* 


21,872 23 
33,579 80 




4,825 74 


Manitoba (including North- We3t Territories) 


563 58 








Total 


1,767,000 00 


2,167,266 35 


8,813 37 


409,079 72 






Expenditure more than Grant 








400,266 35 



Note by Deputy Postmaster-General : — 

The total expenditure of the Post Office Department of Canada for the year ended 30th June, 
1879, was $2,167,266.35, of which $1,750,267.15 was paid by the Dspartment at Ottawa by cheques 
against the Parliamentary appropriation ; the remaining $416,999.18 represents the salaries and allow- 
ances of the Country Postmasters, which are deducted by them from their collections of postage before 
remitting to the Treasury. 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions, and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUOALL, 

Auditor-General. 
Examined, 

Edward C. Barber. 



5 a— 16 



24'. 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1870 — ContiniK 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE— Continued. 



VOTE— DOMINION LANDS. 

ArcoiLNT of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Service. 



Surveys of land, Manitoba and the North-West 
(including Commission and Staff and Land 
Agencies) 

Surveys — Amount required for Township Surveys, 
Saskatchewan, and Highways, Manitoba a 

Offices — To provide for rent, stationery, &c, for 
three new offices b 



Grant. 



$ cts 



80,000 00 

12,500 00 

1,900 00 



Total grant 91,400 00 



Total expenditure .... 
Balance unexpended 



Details of Staff. 

Dominion Lands Office, Manitoba. 

Dominion Lands Agent c 

3 Clerks 

2 Timber Inspectors, at $1,100 each 

6 Clerks , 

2 Local Agent3 , 

1 Messenger and Housekeeper 



Surveys Office. 



Inspector of Surveys 
1 Draughtsman 



Total grant 

Total expenditure. 
Over-expended 



20,528 CO 



Ex- 
penditure. 



% cts. 

71,436 37 

17,874 97 

2,461 95 



91,773 29 



2,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,200 00 
6,110 00 
2,400 00 
720 00 


2,400 00 
4,000 00 
2,200 00 
5,766 66 
2,400 00 
720 00 


2,000 00 
1,093 00 


2,000 00 
1,095 00 



20,581 66 



Expenditure 
compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



$ cts. 



8,563 63 



More'than 
Granted. 



2,626 71 



$ cts. 



5,374 97 
561 95 



343 34 



400 00 



00 



53 66 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor r General- 

Examined, 

John Gorman. 



:rs 



R B M A E K S. 
<Copy.) 

Department of the Interior, 

Indian Lands Branch, 

Ottawa, 27th Jan., 1880. 

Sir, — In the absence of the Deputy Minister of the Interior, I have the honor to 
reply to your letter of the 22nd inst., as follows : — 

a. The item of $12,500 was added to the grant of $80,000 for the year by a 
supplementary estimate to make provision for township surveys on the Saskatchewan. 
During the year it was found expedient to make more surveys on the Saskatchewan 
and fewer in Manitoba. 

b. The amount required for rent and stationery of three new offices was a 
contingency which could not exactly be estimated. 

c. In Mr. Codd's case, it was considered that during the extra work thrown upon 
him of making the allotment of Half-Breed lands, the $400 in question should be 
-allowed as a compensation. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) LINDSAY EUSSELL, 

Surveyor General, 

Note by the Auditor- General. 

e. It seems irregular to pay any allowance by Departmental order in addition to 
the salary fixed by the Governor in Council. 

J. L. McDOUGALL. 



244 



Appropriation Accounts jor Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1879 — Continued, 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE— Continued. 



VOTE— MINOR REVENUES. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1879, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Grant. 



To defray expenses connected with Minoi 
Revenues 



Unexpended 

Dei a Us oj ' Ex pen diiu ? e. 



Bill Stamps 

Miscellaneous (Bridges, Ferries, &c.) 
Ordnance Lands 



$ cts. 



Ex- 
penditure. 



Expenditure 
1 compared with Grant. 



Less than 
Granted. 



More than 
Granted. 



% cts. 



10,C00 00 6,377 37 



1,200 00 
1,296 8S 
3,880 54 



6,377 37 



$ cts.| % cts. 



3,622 63 



3,622 63 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 
- John Gorman. 



245 



Appropriation Accounts for Fiscal Year ended 30 th June, 18^79 — Continued. 
VOTE— STATIONERY FOR STATIONERY OFFICE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted on account of 
Stationery for Stationery Office, for the Year ended 80th June, 1879, 
showing lines of expenditure and apparent deficit of Yote. 



Service. 


Grant. 


Inside 
Service. 


Outside 
Service. 


Ex- 
penditure. 


To purchase stationery 

Governor General's Secretary's Office 

Privy Council. 


$ cts. 
13,000 00 


$ cts. 

429 00 

196 37 

475 25 

1,458 72 

522 82 

1,383 18 

26 84 

1,818 28 

14 29 

""523"*45" 
1,142 08 
2,719 52 
825 58 
842 61 
3,131 84 


$ cts. 

478 62 
""1,250*38 

"Wa-VTi" 

1,351 32 


$ cts. 


Justice 






Militia and Defence ., 






Secretary of State 






Interior 







Receiver General 






Finance 




284 29 




Civil Service Board : 






Superintendent of Insurance 

Inland Revenue 




8 92 

1,025 23 

2,666 56 

6,137 70 

69 21 

230 41 

2,707 75 

355 64 

19 35 




Customs — 






Post Office 






Agriculture 






Marine and Fisheries , 






Public Works , 






Library of Parliament 

Clerk of Crown in Chancerv 






Generally .*. 




196 75 
456 72 




Auditor-General 














$13,000 00 


16,163 30 


46,244 79 


62,408 09 



A sum of $235,24 has been deposited to credit of Receiver-General, composed of the following 
item3, viz : 

Refunds of expenditure $55 85 

Sale of waste cases 13 00 

Sale of waste paper 166 39 

$235 24 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions"an& 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- Gene rat. 
Examined, 

John B. Simpsox. 



246 



31st Vio., cap. :;, r ), section 13 provides that the Deputies of tlic several Depart- 
ments shall estimate tho probable quantity, quality and variety of articles, commonly 
known as .stationery, for the thon ensuing financial year ; section 14 provides that a 
requisite sum therefor shall bo placed in the estimates as a separate item, under tho 
bead of Civil Government, an apportionment being made by Governor in Council, 
which may bo increased or varied from time to time, so that tho whole sum voted 
by Parliament in any year, together with the value of stock on hand, bo not 
exceeded. 

This vote, although appearing in the Supply Bill as voted for stationery for the 
Stationery OiHco, does not cover either the stationery purchased or that distributed 
during tho year. 

The Stationery Oflice was stocked, when started, under a vote of $20,000. The 
issues made to tho different Departments were charged to their several contingencies, 
or other services, and credited to the Stationery Office. The credit entries have been 
taken as authority for purchases to an equal amount to supplement tho stationery 
stock, and as the stock at the end of each financial year does not exceed in value the 
amount at the beginning, the vote is not drawn upon for stationery purposes. 

I suggest the advisibility of voting separately, under the head Miscellaneous, 
whatever sum may be thought necessary to keep up the stationery stock, as the vote 
appears misleading in its present place, the inference being that the stationery pur- 
chased is covered by the vote. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



24' 



Statement of Unprovided Items, balances of Appropriations on the 30th 
June, 1879, shewing the amounts which then lapsed and those which 
were brought forward by Order in Council. 



Balances. 



Unprovided. 



Carried 

Forward to 

1879-S0. 



Charges of Management 

Civil Government — 

Governor General's Secretary's Office., 
Department of Queen's Privy Council. 



$ Ct3. 



do Justice 

do Militia .. 

do Secretary of .State. 

do Finance ' 

do Receiver-General 

do Auditor-General .... 

do Inland Revenue 

do Public Works 

do Agriculture 

Treasury Board 

Extension of Staff or other change. 

Stationery Office, for stationery 

Departmental Contingencies 

Administration of Justice — 

Supreme Court — Salary of Mr. Duval 

do do F. Curran 

do do F. Morel 

do Contingencies, &c, &c 

Maritime Court, Ontario, Contingencies 

Circuit Allowances, Manitoba 

do British Columbia , 

Travelling expenses, Stipendiary Magistrate, N. W. T 

Vacancy late A. T. Bushby, British Columbia 

Salary Registrar, Vice-Admiralty Court, Quebec 

do Marshal do do ' 

do Judge do British Columbia 

Miscellaneous Justice 

Dominion Police 

Penitentiary— Kingston 



16,202 91 

25 00 

100 00 

" 15 00 



31 S8 



599 96 



St. Vincent de Paul. 

Halifax 

St. John 

Winnipeg 

New Westminster.... 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Legislation — 

Senate Contingencies 

Libra -y Staff , 

Printing, &c , the Laws 

Consolidating do 

Parliamentary Printing 

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, 

Miscellaneous printing 

Library Catalogue 

Geological Survey 

Observatory, St. John, N.B 

Arts, Agriculture and Statistics — 

Patent Record 

Care of Archives , 

Entomological Commission , 

Paris Exhibition 

Sydney do 

Criminal Statistics 

Emigration and Quarantine. 



405 85 



156 99 



$ cts. 



Lapsed. 



924 58 
108 25 



15,559 25 

4,041 67 

3,726 21 

19,145 95 



$ cts. 

1,090 75 

262 20 
231 81 
856 30 
565 07 
1,964 27 

5,266 03 

705 03 
5,263 05 
3,007 00 
1,300 02 
6,916 78 
11,791 54 



3,144 80 
160 79 
380 00 

7,965 50 

3,171 96. 

2,425 00 

00 10 

6,614 46 
127 92 

7,916 89 
952 62 

4,765 76 

4,464 73 

38 20 

1,848 31 

1,786 85 

2,181 70 

7.282 05 

47 25 

399 92 

947 08 

1,358 00 

421 07 



2,0C0 00 



248 



Statement of unprovided items, balance of Appropriations on the 30th 

June, 1879, &c. — Continued. 



Balances. 



■it Hospitals — 

Marine and Emigrant Hospital, Quebec 

Ontario and Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

British Columbia 

Prince Edward Island 

Board of Trade, London 

Pensions — 

Compensation in lieu of land 

New Militia Pensions.... 

Veterans of 1812-15 

Quarterly 

Militia— 

Military Staff 

Brigade Majors 

Drill instruction 

Amumnition, clothing and military stores 

Ordnance, &c , artillery 

Public Armories 

Di ill pay • 

Contingencies 

Drill Sheds and Rifle Ranges .. 

Military Properties 

do College 

do Schools 

'•A" and "B" Batteries, &c 

Guard at Rideau Hall .... 

Precautionery measures -. 

Militia in aid of Civil Power 

Mounted Police ■ 

Public Works, Capital— 

Intercolonial Railway 

do Halifax Extension 

do Deep Water, St. John 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Pacific Railway 

Lachine Canal 

Cornwall do 

St. Lawrence do 

Welland do 

Ste, Anne's Lock and Canal 

Carillon Canal 

Grenville do 

Culbut Lock and Canal 

Rideau Canal. ..... 

St. Peter's do 

Miscellaneous Canals 

West Block, Public Buildings, Ottawa 

East do do do 

Grounds do do 

♦Main Tower do do (see note at end). 

Public Works, Consolidated Fund — 

Improvement of Rivers 

Rock, Victoria Harbour, B.C 

Cowichan River, B C 

Military College, Kingston 

Windsor Post Office 



Uuprovided. 



$ cts. 



791 77 



Carried 

Forward to 

1879-80. 



Lapsed. 



$ cts. 



308 55 



6,719 37 



11,902 88 
1,649 67 



I 

1,854 24 I 



9,000 00 

1,584 74 

36,700 00 



6,621 88 



1,470 00 
5,320 00 



6,225 94 



$ eta. 



3,887 06 

5,375 34 

3,452 09 

832 95 

315 54 

960 45 
231 00 
504 73 
366 66 

716 66 

4,086 46 

210 60 

4,524 46 
114 87 

1,530 16 
342 68 



8,577 74 

9,992 4; 

1,076 52 

396 05 

275 44 

2,176 23 

66,389 31 

3.717 22 

54,228 30 

8,870 95 

711,164 53 

,041,916 70 

106,907 95 

36,734 23 

947,302 59 

27,886 98 

215,484 00 

31,374 76 

3,305 81 

3,754 00 

62 25 

6,711 38 

137,274 44 

296 76 

6,509 45 



7,518 85 

13,320 00 

700 18 

11,487 70 



249 



Statement of unprovided items, balances of Appropriations on the 30th 

June, 1879, &c. — Continued. 



Balances. 



Public Works, Consolidated Fund — 

Brantford Public Offices 

Ottawa Post Office 

Military Grounds, London 

Examining Warehouse, Montreal 

Fortifications, Quebec 

Custom House, St. John, N.B 

Post Office do 

Fredericton Public Offices 

Marine Hospital, Lunenburg 

Quarantine Hospital, Sydney 

Custom House, &c, Victoria, B.C.... , 

Repairs to Public Buildings, Victoria, B.C , 

Public Buildings generally 

Penitentiaries .• 

do Dorchester 

do St. Vincent de Paul 

do Kingston , 

Repairs, &c, Public Buildings — Heating 

Gas 

Removal of snow. 

Morpeth Harbour , 

Toronto do , 

Collingwood Harbour... 

Pickering do ,.... , 

Breakwaters, Lower St. Lawrence 

Roche's Bay Pier 

Shippegan Harbour 

Clifton , , 

Lingan 

Bayfield, N.S 

Antigonish 

Port Hood , 

Woodward's Cove 

General Repairs, Maritime Provinces 

Harbours, P. E. Island 

Colville Bay, Souris , 

St Peter's Bay 

Big Mimmineguash , 

Wood Islands , 

Dredging 



Unprovided. 



Carried 

Forward to 

1879-80. 



% cts. 



$ cts, 



10,000 00 



6,300 00 
2,794 59 
3,333 95 



1,740 00 



1,126 71 



11,870 15 



Miscellaneous Works 

Surveys and Inspections 

Arbitrations and Awards 

Ocean an i River Service — 

Dominion Steamers 

Subsidy, Halifax and Cork 

do Lakes Huron and Superior. 

Examinations, Masters and Mates 

Rewards, Saving Life, &c 

Harbour Police, Montreal 

River do Quebec 

Investigations of Wrecks, Ac 

Registration of Shipping 

Obstructions in Navigable Rivers..... 

Trinity House, Montreal, St. David.. 



12 



63 20 
U,629 80 



Lapsed. 



$ cts. 



15,883 09 
2,398 74 
1,571 67 

14,391 34 

38,707 73 

42,039 59 

11,028 72 

2,922 69 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 

184 50 

3 22 

35,726 24 



667 95 

14,907 40 

253 12 

5,895 19 

1 00 

1,672 97 

15,172 25 

518 25 



1,350 85 
9,850 27 
2,500 00 
5,937 71 
15 63 

1,110 30 



9,029 08 

6,038 96 

11,582 13 

8,738 78 

18,216 95 

11,406 54 

1,500 00 

166 90 

627 26 

476 24 

74 67 

341 66 

194 14 

500 27 



5«— 17 



250 



Statement of unprovided items, balances of Appropriations on the 30th 

June, 1879, &c. — Continued. 



Balances. 



Unprovided. 



Carried 

Forward to 

1879-80. 



% cts. 



$ cts. 



Lighthouse and Coast Service — | , 

Construction ; 16,081 97 

Salaries and Allowances ' 

Maintenance and Repairs 

Fisheries — 

Salaries and Disbursements ... t ! 

Fish-breeding 

Protection Steamers 

Staamboat Inspection 

Insurance Inspection 

Indians — 

Nova Scotia 



2 68 



New Brunswick , , 

British Columbia .. 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba, Treaty No. 3 

do do No. 5 

Agricultural Implements, Treaty Nos. 1 and 2 

do do No. 3 ....... 

do do No. 5.... .... 

Provisions , 

Clothing 

Sioux, Little Saskatchewan 

Manitoba Superintendency 

do School Teachers 

North-West Territories, Agricultural Implements , 

do Provisions. 

do Ammunition 

do Sioux, Qu'Appelle 

do Surveys, Indian Reserves 

do North- West Superintendency. 

do School Teachers 

Miscellaneous — 

Unforeseen Expenses 

" Canada Gazette" 

Commutation, Army and Navy 

Canada Temperance Act 

Organization, North- West Territories 

do Keewatin * 

Barracks, North-West Territories 

Ontario Boundary Commission 

Trade Mission to France and Spain 

Customs. 



6 88 



Excite. 

Culling Timber 

Weights and Measures — 

Salaries of Deputy-Inspectors 
do Gas Inspectors 

Contingencies 

Inspection of Staples 

Adulteration of Food 

Post Office 



Lapsed. 



$ cts. 



13,028 06 


10,532 34 


64 16 


2,418 97 


9,0C5 52 


1,188 54 


1,482 84 


232 04 


29 44 


511 00 


416 57 


9,675 01 


3,290 10 


247 83 


6,471 02 


47 01 


226 61 


442 36 


3,836 67 


402 17 


3,356 59 


224 56 


393 59 


3,305 15 


113 33 


5,883 22 


30,083 46 


565 76 


9,953 52 


242 45 


10,225 02 


3,594 94 


694 99 


7,037 57 


1,765 30 


3,864 71 


11,275 29 


33,085 03 


3,889 02 


2,353 92 


19,052 09 


2,377 06 


2,202 98 


2,669 69 



251 



Statement of unprovided items, balance of Appropriations on the 30th 

June, lSTl), &c. — Continued. 



Balances. 


Unprovided. 


Carried 

Forward to 

1879-80. 


Lapsed. 


Public Works : 

Collection of Canal Tolls 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


f cts. 

2,845 98 
1,389 87 


do Slide and Boom Dues- 






Maintenance and Repairs » 






21,764 06 




210,183 22 
3,313 12 






Prince Edward Island Railway..... .., 








5 35 


do Victoria and Nanaimo = 


23 30 






do Prince Edward Island 




53 34 


Agent and Contingencies of Public Work3, British 


i"" 

1 


1,504 30 
2,626 71 
3,622 63 




1 




J 




I 


Total 


234,678 20 


188,495 00 


4,150,719 05 



*This amount ($2,510.87) was covered by a Governor-General's Warrant, but was not subsequently 
voted by Parliament. 



James Patterson, 

Assistant Auditor-General 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General 



LEGISLATION 



EXPENSES OF ELECTIONS 

UNDER STATUTE. - 



PART II 



LEGISLATION. 



Expenses of the late Elections for the House of Commons. 

ONTARIO. 



Constituencies. 




Addlngton. 

M. P. Rohun, Returning Officer — 

Per onal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Votrs' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Priii ling, advertising and stationery 

Po>i sres, telegrams, express charges, &c 

JBuil iiug at Nomination and Declaration ' 

Indemure returns . 

Mileage. 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 
Deputy Returning Officers- 
George Hinch 

Charles Warner 

John Chutham , 

Edward Deroche 

John fcJ. Miller 

John Graham 

John B. AyiHBWorth 

James Shields ,. 

MichaelS. Murphy , 

George Breth; rton, sen ,... 

John Donnelly 

James C. Bogart... 

Alexander Grant 

Joseph Nichols 

William Walsh , 

Thomas Andrew... 

James Nicholson , 

M. B. Ryan 

John Hamilton 

Thos. J Guage , 

James Roy 

Mathew W. Price 

Solomon Burke , 

William Lane 

John Elkington 

Elisha Playfair.. 



Total 

Less amount paid by two Candidates. 

Balance paid *»y Government 



cts. 



60 00 

8 00 
57 02 
98 68 

4 45 

7 50 

3 00 

264 50 

10 00 

16 75 

11 50 

22 40 
24 00 
16 00 

16 00 

17 00 
16 00 
16 60 

16 20 
11 00 
24 20 
15 20 

11 45 
15 20 

9 80 

12 80 

23 00 
19 80 

17 50 

13 40 
17 40 
28 70 
15 40 
15 00 
19 00 



60 00 


8 00 


56 22 


98 68 


4 45 


4 00 


207 00 


10 00 


\ 16 75 


11 50 



954 45 



Algoma. 

Charles J. Bampton, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Cons-table 

Legal services , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof... 

Ball 

Printing, advertising a id stationery ... 

I uaenture returns.. .. 

Mileage, including steamboats, small boats and horse hire. 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

W. H. Hill 

D, W. Henry , 



100 


00 


8 


00 


1 


00 


20 00 


23 90 


20 


25 


134 


20 


772 89 


12 


00 


I 7 


00 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons —Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies 



Algoma— Concluded. 



Thomas Collins. ... 

George Dodds 

Geo. fl. Plummer 
Robert Thorburn.. 

G. B. Abray... 

B. W. Ross 

James Mclnnis 

W. S. Francis 

E. J. Westby 

David Johnston .. 
Richard English . 

John Richards 

John Marks 

Donald Cameron- 
William Turner .. 

Henry Wood 

John Carney 

J. S. Ironside 

David McLaren... , 
John Livingston.. 

Arthur Clark 

W. C. Dobie 

Frank Bennett 

S. R. McEwen 

Robert Maitland.. 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



Total 

Less amount paid by two Candidates. 



47 00 


47 00 


14 50 


14 50 


13 00 


12 00 


15 30 


15 30 


13 00 


13 00 


31 00 


31 00 


15 00 


15 00 


10 80 


10 80 


12 00 


12 00 


18 00 


18 00 


16 GO 


16 60 


22 40 


22 40 


11 85 


11 85 


17 60 


17 60 


12 00 


12 00 


54 00 


54 00 


42 00 


42 00 


11 00 


11 00 


8 00 


8 00 


9 00 


9 00 


13 00 


13 00 


17 75 


17 75 


12 85 


12 85 


12 60 


12 60 


18 80 


18 80 



1,568 29 



Kalance paid by Government. 



1,361 99 
100 00 

1,261 99 



Both well. 

P. D. McKellak, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer .., 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable , 

Voter's Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

James Gordon 

H. F. Smith , 

Alexander Duncan 

Peter Mc Anally ... 

Samuel Harris 

G. R. Gordon..* 

Wm. Webster 

Alexander McAlpine 

Wm. Armstrong 

James C. Brown 

H. N. Roberts 

A. A. Henderson 

Arthur A. Rattray 

John O'Leary ... 

Henry Winter 

John Chappie 

R- Kimrnerly 

James Blackburn 

James Stephens 

56 — H- 



1 

1 

60 00 


8 00 


1 00 


86 47 


83 00 


6 25 


8 00 


211 60 


11 00 


9 00 


11 40 


18 60 


16 40 


11 00 



13 50 

13 50 

8 00 

12 60 

11 60 

12 80 
16 40 
11 40 
20 40 
] ! 00 

13 20 
11 25 



60 00 

8 00 
1 00 

86 47 

83 00 

6 25 

4 00 

142 50 

11 00 

9 00J 
11 40 j 

18 60 
16 40 

11 00 
13 50 
13 50 

8 00 

12 60 
11 GO 

16 40 
11 40 

19 00 
11 00 
15 00 

13 20 
11 25 



EXPENSES of Late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario —Continued? 



Constituencies. 



Bothwkll — Concluded . 



E. C. Rolls 

I. R. Bobier 

P. S. Kimmerly 

James C. McDonald .. 

H. Watson 

Bobert Henderson 

James Black 

Thomas H. Tape 

James Skakel 

Cornelius McBrayner 
George 0. Rushton.... 

Michael Lattimer 

Austin Hill 

John Duck 

John Law 



Total , 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



Balance paid by Government 




731 77 



Less amount paid by two Candidates 
Total 



Balance paid by Government. 



60 00 ! 
8 00 I 
1 00 ' 

40 60 



12 40 
10 00 

13 20 

10 20 

14 80 

12 80 

13 00 

14 40 
9 80 

15 45 

11 00 
9 00 

11 00 
11 00 



376 92 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

40 60 



52 67 


52 17 


3 00 


3 25 


43 60 


37 30 



Brant, North. 

John Smith, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

» do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voter's Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery | 

Postages, telegraphs, express charges, &c | 

Mileage I 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Philips. Howell , :.., 

Benjamin Bell 

David Baptie 

Malcolm Folsetter - 

W. N. Campbell I 

R. M. Willson | 

Alexander Duncan I 

E. R. Lang 

John Henderson « , 

S. J. McKelvey 

James Coltart 

James Craigie 

Walter Gouinlock , 

D. R. Dickson 



12 40 
10 00 

13 20 

10 20 

14 80 

12 80 

13 00 

14 40 
9 80 

15 20 

11 00 
9 00 

11 00 
11 00 



370 12 
100 00 



270 12 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Brant, South. 

T. S. Shenston, Returning Officer — 

Personal service of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot Boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 
Building at Nomination and Declaration . 

Mileage 

•JDeputy Returning Officers — 

George Temple 

M. Quinlan 

Wm. Young 

Thomas James 

James Bowes , ~ 

Samuel Snider 

John Notte 

D. Curtis 

James Wilkes 

John Mann 

Chas A. Costello... 

Thos Glasco 

Thos. Webster 

Wm. Foster 

George Daniel , 

Henry Cox 

W. F. Niles 

Alonzo Foster 

A. B. Mc Williams 

Archibald Hurly 

flenry Taylor 

James Harley 

Alf. D. Perley 

Stephen Wilson, jun 

Stephen Fairchild 

Thomas Houldring 

0. H. Lawrence .... 

Wm. Thompson , 



Total 

Less amount paid by two Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 



% cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 
67 80 

2 50 
82 71 

1 77 

4 00 

63 20 

13 50 
13 50 

13 50 

14 00 
13 50 
13 50 

9 50 
13 50 

9 50 
9 70 
13 50 
13 50 
13 50 
13 50 

15 80 
13 50 

16 10 
13 50 
16 80 

13 90 

14 10 
14 30 

13 30 
12 50 

14 30 

12 00 
14 50 

13 80 



667 08 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 
67 80 

2 50 
82 71 

1 57 

4 00 

63 20 

13 50 
13 50 
13 50 
13 90 
13 50 
13 50 

9 50 
13 50 

9 50 
9 70 
13 50 
13 50 
13 50 
13 50 
15 30 
13 50 

15 90 
13 50 

16 60 
13 90 

13 90 

14 30 

13 00 

12 50 

14 30 
11 80 
14 50 

13 50 



664 88 
100 00 



564 88 



Brockvillb. 

A. L. Richards, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof... 
Printing, advertising and stationery... 

Mileage 

JDeputy Returning Officers- 
Warren Botsford 

William Picken 

W. A. Schofield 

W. A. Johnston 

W. .Vanly, jun 

George Johnston 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


I 00 


47 15 


45 40 


40 87 


40 87 


22 60 


J5 60 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


IB 00 


15 00 


15 00 


i5 0Q 


15 00 


15 00 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Brockville — Concluded. 



James Robertson 

Thomas W. Sparham. 

John Taylor, jun 

George R. Ward 

William King.., 

Cyrus Wright 

Alonzo Brock Cowan. 

Robert Bryson 

George L. Buell 

George C. Moore 

N. E. Brown 

ixeorge T. Lewis.. .... 



Claimed. 



Total 

Less amount paid by two Candidates 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 

15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

15 50 

16 00 I 
12 00 I 
12 00 ' 

17 40 I 
16 00 ' 
15 00 



Paid. 



448 52 



$ cts. 

15 00 
15 00 

15 eo 

15 00 
15 00 

15 50 

16 00 
12 00 
12 00 

17 40 
16 00 
15 00 



439 77 
100 00 



339 77 



Bruce, North. 

Wm. Sutton, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot Boxe? 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Charles Whicher 

Charles W. W. Dalton 

William Sharpe 

James Cribbes 

William Bull , 

John Douglass ... 

Edward Lunn 

Alfred Brunton ..., 

Charles A. Richards 

James Turner 

John F. H. Gunn.. ; , 

Hugh Murray , 

John E. Fenton 

William Manley 

Arch'd McDougall 

Arch'd Ewart , , 

Donald McKechnie 

Robert Halliday 

D. James Bain 

Edward Saunders 

William Cameron 

J. H. Eastwood .., 

David F. Riti hie ., 

James A. Lyon 

Nathaniel Leeder 

Wililam Murker, jun 

R. B. Fleming 

Samuel Shannon 



60 00 
8 00 

1 00 
67 00 

2 55 
50 40 

5 55 
166 05 



60 00 
8 0(> 

1 00 
67 00 

2 55 
50 40 

5 55 
126 80 



9 70 


9 70- 


12 10 


12 10 


15 50 


15 50 


16 15 


16 15 


14 40 


14 40 


19 00 


19 00 


10 00 


10 00 


12 00 


12 00- 


15 50 


15 00 


12 50 


12 50 


19 60 


17 60 


13 40 


13 40 


18 20 


18 20 


14 10 


14 10 


10 30 


10 30 


14 20 


14 20 


12 20 


12 20 


12 90 


12 90 


14 00 


14 00 


9 00 


9 00 


12 00 


12 00 


12 00 


12 00 


16 33 


12 00 


16 20 


16 20 


12 00 


12 00 


16 00 


16 00 


15 50 


15 50 


17 40 


17 40 



Total 

Less amount paid by two Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



752 73 



706 65 
100 09 



606 65 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Brucb, South. 

John McLay, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot Boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Building at Nomination and Declaration.. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers- 
Thomas R. Todd 

James Lackie , 

James E Eckford 

James Nesbitt 

William Leggatt 

D. McLean 

W. H Thetford 

Charles Schurter 

John Comal 

Thomas Rome 

Ernest Seeber 

William Colvin. 

William McKague 

John Marshall 

Robert Watson 

James Mi'ler 

Robert Onambers 

William Clark 

William Buwes 

Lewis Lamb 

John Wilson.. 

Robert L. Watt 

Daniel Teskey 

Paul D. Mclnnes 

Robert Montgomery 

John Kaake 

Simon '..'orrigan 

Alexander Milne .... , 

Peter Reed. 

George C. Ross 

Nichol Mclntyre 

Robert Miller 

David Gardner 

S. P. Chapman... 

John Hunter 

Robert A. Barker, 

John Cam; bell. 

Paul Mclnnes 

George Burge33 

B. H S. Headley... : 

Walter L Watt 

John Chambers 

James Benson 




Paid. 



Total , 

Less amount paid by two Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



1,095 73 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 
117 00 

9 00 
72 39 
15 19 

2 00 
185 25 



13 20 


13 20 


14 00 


14 00 


15 50 


15 50 


13 60 


13 60 


12 60 


12 60 


10 40 


10 40 


13 00 


13 00 


15 80 


15 80 


13 50 


13 50 


15 60 


15 60 


17 70 


17 70 


15 70 


15 70 


16 25 


16 25 


16 00 


16 00 


18 50 


17 50 


12 50 


12 50 


15 80 


15 80 


15 60 


15 60 


14 00 


14 00 


15 00 


15 00 


12 00 


12 00 


15 60 


15 60 


16 30 


16 30 


15 00 


i5 00 


19 10 


19 10 


12 60 


12 60 


15 20 


15 20 


12 65 


12 65 


17 20 


17 20 


13 50 


13 50 


15 20 


15 20 


16 30 


16 00 


16 20 


16 20 


14 60 


14 60 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


12 


12 40 


15 00 


15 00 


14 00 


14 00 


16 60 


16 60 


15 0ft 


15 00 


10 00 


10 00 


12 20 


12 20 



1,094 43 
100 00 

994 43 



Expenses oi' late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued. 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Cardwbll. 

Donald F. Campbell, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery. 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage, including horse hire, messengers, &c 

Makine up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 

Deputy Returning Officers- 
James Elliott 

Thomas Judge j 

Robert Evans j 

Samuel Irwin „ , ' 

John Wallace 1 

Samuel a. Waltord j 

Alexander McLaren | 

William McBride. ! 

William Henderson , 

David Kirkwood 

D. McKinnon 

John Howard 

Henry Carson , 

Daniel McNaughton 

William Lewis 

Robert Laidlaw 

Andrew Henry 

Daniel D. Carmichael. .. , 

George P. Hughes 

Thomas D. Heyden 



Paid. 



Total 

Less amount paid by two Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

40 39 

36 24 i 

1 96 ' 

4 00 

150 05 

6 25 

15 00 
20 00 
19 00 
19 00 

18 40 

19 50 
13 70 
13 80 

13 50 
18 60 
10 00 

18 70 

16 30 

19 00 

14 50 

17 70 
19 50 

16 80 

15 80 

17 60 



644 29 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

40 39 

36 24 

1 96 

4 00 

103 90 

6 25 

15 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
18 40 
18 00 
13 70 
13 80 

13 50 

18 60 
10 0# 

16 70 

15 60 

19 00 

14 50 

17 70 
17 50 

16 80 

15 80 

17 00 

590 34 
100 00 



490 34 



Carlbton. 

William F. Powell, Returning Officer — 

Personal servi ces of Returning Officer.... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Legal services 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, te egrams, express chaiges, &c 
Building at Nomination and Declaration. 

Mileage 

Dtputy Returning Officers — 

T. G. Anderson 

John Boyce « 

William Thompson 

John H. Holmes 

John Hodgins 

William Grey 

Fredeiick William Harmer 

Samuel J. Jones 

Niles G. Ross 

James Anderson 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 09 


1 00 


I 00 


40 00 


30 00 


110 11 


110 11 


12 00 


8 00 


151 17 


147 67 


12 80 


12 80 


4 00 


4 00 


284 80 


230 40 


12 80 


12 80 


12 00 


12 00 


14 70 


14 70 


14 20 


14 20 


13 50 


13 50 


15 40 


15 40 


15 80 


15 80 


11 40 


11 40 


13 80 


13 80 


14 40 


14 40 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Carleton — Concluded. 



Richard Richardson.. 

George Buckham 

William Owens. 

W. P. Tavlor 

W. A. Sheriff. 

John Fenton 

Edward Heron 

Alexander McDonald 

John Scott 

John W. Shore 

Carleton Cathcart .... 

Thomas Miller 

Thomas Wiggins ..... . 

R. 0. Campbell , 

James Beaman 

Robert J Eastman.... 
Enoch Bradley 



$ Ct3. 



Total , 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



1,062 88 



Balance paid by Government. 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



9 60 


9 60 


10 80 


10 80 


15 20 


14 60 


11 80 


11 80 


17 80 


15 00 


9 60 


9 60 


15 80 


15 80 


15 60 


15 60 


15 40 


15 40 


15 00 


15 00 


13 50 


13 50 


13 00 


13 0* 


15 40 


15 40 


17 00 


17 00 


12 00 


12 00 


15 00 


15 Of 


18 50 


18 50 



987 58 
200 Of 



787 §8 



Cornwall. 

J. Copeland, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof.. ... 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

James P. Watson 

William Pollock 

Charles Poole 

D.Monroe 

George S. Jarvi? 

D. G McDonald 

Findlay H McDirmid 

R. Anderson 

Peter iV. Tait 

D. M^Rae 



60 00 

8 00 
1 00 

42 20 

47 79 

1 00 

20 40 

11 00 
15 00 

9 75 

15 20 

12 25 
17 00 

16 »0 
15 00 
15 20 

17 00 



Total 

Less amount paid by two Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



324 59 



60 Of 

8 Of 
1 09 

42 2* 

47 79 

1 Of 

20 4f 

11 00 
15 00 

9 75 

15 2f 

12 25 
17 Of 

16 8f 
15 0% 
15 2f 

17 Of 



324 59 
100 Of 



224 5f 



Dundas. 

J. P. Cry :/.n, Returning Officer— 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk.. . 

do Constable 

Extra services as Returning Officer 

Legal services 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

10 00 

24 00 



60 Of 
8 Of 
1 Of 



10 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons— Ontario— Continued 



Constituencies. 



Dcndas — Concluded. 



Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, kc. 
Building at Nomination and Declaration, 

Mileage... 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

William J. Mulloy 

Robert B Hyndman 

Joseph Hyndman 

W. H. Garvey 

Joseph lindall. 

John McKercher.. 

Patiick Morrow 

George Laing 

Joseph Merkley .. 

John Tetterly , 

William Rue 

Edward Ault 

John H. Tuttle , .. 

J. H. Dixon 

George Gilson 

J. C D. ran 

John Doran , 

James H Rose ... 

M H. Orvsler .. 

M. D Willard 

H. C Kennedv 

Adam A. Whittaker 

John Stamp 

Geurge Dillen 



Total 

Less amount paid by two Canaidates. 



Claimed i Paid. 



$ cts. 

69 61 

100 97 

10 74 

4 00 

99 70 

20 00 
19 10 

17 00 
8 00 

13 00 
19 60 
36 00 

19 -A0 

20 00 

22 60 

18 60 

23 00 
18 60 
16 50 

16 00 

17 60 

18 90 

14 40 

18 CO 

19 00 

16 00 

17 40 
16 70 

15 00 



828 82 



Balance paid by Government. 



$ cts. 

50 61 
99 17 

7 74 
4 00 

78 60 

16 20 

17 59 
17 00 

8 00 

13 00 
19 00 
19 00 
17 00 
19 00 
19 00 

17 00 
19 00 

18 60 
16 50 

16 00 

17 60 

18 60 

14 40 

18 00 

19 00 
16 00 

15 80 

16 70 
15 00 



712 02 
100 00 

612 02 



Durham, East. 

Robert X Waddell, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer.... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Extra services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voter*' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Priming, advertising and stationery 

Postage, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage.. ... 

•eputy-Rt turning Officers — 

Rea iJickson 

George ?. Hall 

Jarni> H F ord 

Joseph Gallagher 

H. V . zanders 

K. Maxwell 

W H. Mc< allum 

John Gibson ... 

Wru v^ G-ff rd 

Samuel Coidwell, jun 

E. E. Dodds 

Alexander Beatty 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


8 00 




2 00 




61 0') 




61 00 


98 19 


88 69 


1 00 


I 00 


69 55 


69 55 


15 00 


15 00 


14 00 


14 00 


14 50 


14 50 


14 00 


14 00 


11 00 


11 00 


10 10 


10 10 


11 00 


11 00 


17 70 


17 70 


21 20 


21 20 


17 80 


17 80 


17 20 


17 20 


20 00 


20 00 



11 



Expenses of late Elections foi House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 


Constituencies. 


Claimed. 


Paid. 


Durham, East— Concluded. 

W. J. McLean 

J W. Sootheran 


i 
$ cts. 

13 60 

15 00 

16 20 

14 10 

15 60 

16 20 
20 10 

15 10 

16 10 
16 80 


$ cts. 

13 60 
15 0O 


Albert E. Hetherington 

John Graham 

Henry Sing , 

C. H. Winslow 

Thos. W. Kennedy 


16 20 

14 10 

15 60 

16 20 
20 10 


Alfred Kyley 


15 10 


John McDirmid.., t 


16 10 


John Templeton 


16 80 


Total 

Less amount paid by two Candidates 


651 04 


631 54 

100 00 


Balance paid by Government 




531 54 


Personal services of Returning Officer.... , 

do Constable 


60 00 
8 00 

1 00 
41 26 

2 00 
15 00 

15 00 
18 50 

15 20 
14 00 
18 10 

16 10 

17 20 

13 50 

14 40 
10 00 

13 20 

7 00 

10 00 

14 50 
16 50 

15 50 
14 50 

8 45 

11 00 
20 80 

14 oo 

12 CO 


60 00 
8 00 
1 00 


Postage, telegrams, express charges, &c «... 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Thomas Bingham 

Peter Culeman 


41 26 

2 00 

15 00 

15 00 
18 00 
15 20 
14 00 


James Bingham , 


17 60 

I 16 10 

16 20 


W. L. Broad. 

William Lucas 

John Hughes ,.. 

R. Windait 

Charles Keith 

W. C Manning 

J. E. Gnlbraith ....... 

F. H. Varne 

Georgf Curtis . 


13 50 

14 40 
10 00 

13 20 

7 00 
10 00 

14 00 
16 00 

15 00 
14 00 

8 20 


James Cryderman .... , 


11 00 


T. Briiigman 

R W. Cabell 

Andrew Malcolm 


17 40 
14 00 
12 00 






Total 

Less amount paid by two Candidates 


436 71 


429 06 
100 00 


Balance paid by Government 


329 06 



12 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Elgin, West. 

A. McLachlin, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage , 

Making up and transmitting returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery... 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

J. R. Bostwick 

Hugh Lynn 

Robert T. Jelly ». 

Thomas Futcher 

Richard Milley 

Malcolm D. Mclntyre 

Malcolm Campbell 

Wiliiam McLandress 

Robert March „.... 

Archibald Mclntyre 

Daniel Shaw 

A. E. S. K. Barclay 

Dugald McPherson 

Dugald Stewart 

John McCallum 

William Mowbray . 

George Munro < 

Samuel Kirkpatrick 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 



Total 

Less amount paid by two Candidates . 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 


8 00 


1 00 


49 75 


6 75 


61 21 


2 25 


1 00 


43 70 


25 


14 00 


11 00 ! 


11 40 1 


11 00 


12 00 


14 30 1 


8 50 i 


13 50 1 


11 40 1 


12 50 i 


16 00 


9 00 


13 55 


12 00 


11 00 


12 20 


15 00 


15 20 



457 46 



Elgin, East. 

Colin Munro, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk.. 

do Constable ., 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Buildiugat Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

Archibald Mclntyre 

W. J. White 

Hiram Comfort 

Root. Miller , 

Lyman Lewis 

Jas. McKeuzie 

F. A. Henderson... 

Wm. McKay 

Walter Lewis 

Wni. E. Leonatd 

George Peacock , , 

Ambrose Hill „ 



60 00 


8 00 


1 


00 


79 


27 


70 


88 


2 00 


112 


80 


5 


70 


9 


60 


10 00 


J5 


20 


15 


40 


13 


40 


14 


00 


17 


00 


15 00 


15 


70 


17 60 


15 


90 


16 60 



13 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies 



Elgin, East 




Wesley McCauseland 
John A. McCauseland 
Amara Lewis 
W. A. Glover 
Robt. Thompson 
James E. Deacon.. 
John Dean 
J. S. Jones 
George Laing 
Isaac Connor 
Chas. Drauke 
John Clums 
Matthew Fullerton 
Benj. Dennis 



Total 

Less from two Candidates 



Balance paid by Government 



% cts. 

15 20 
15 20 
15 80 
15 00 
11 90 
15 00 
15 20 
11 (50 
15 00 
17 40 
10 00 
17 30 

15 40 

16 20 



588 15 



Essex. 

J. W. Askin, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer.... :..- 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

Joseph L Fluett 

Louis J. Fluett 

John R. Arkell 

James Bartlett 

Francis H. Melocbe 

Alexander Hartlett 

James Geo. Cheyne 

Frank A. Rutley 

Frederick L. Foster , , 

Joseph Mark 

Richard Bailey 

Jacob Curier 

Jacques D. Lajeunesse 

Frederick Mailloux 

John McR.. Selkirk 

Paul Chevalier 

Joseph Drummond 

Thomas Hawkins 

Charles Bell 

John Milne 

F. F. Bell 

Peter White 

Joseph St. Lewis 

John Halford 

Dennis Downing 

George Patillo 

Thomas F. Kane 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


3 00 


1 00 


50 00 




131 85 


131 85 


5 00 


5 00 


137 51 


137 51 


18 41 


. 18 41 


186 60 


159 60 


4 00 


4 00 


11 00 


11 00 


14 00 


14 00 


15 20 


15 20 


16 00 


15 00 


16 00 


15 00 


9 00 


9 00 


13 50 


13 50 


15 40 


15 40 


11 40 


11 40 


13 00 


12 00 


13 00 


12 00 


10 00 


10 00 


18 80 


16 80 


16 10 


16 10 


11 00 


11 00 


8 00 


8 00 


9 10 


9 10 


16 20 


16 20 


17 40 


17 40 


12 00 


12 00 


17 00 


17 00 


11 00 


11 00 


13 30 


13 30 


12 00 


12 00 


12 60 


12 60 


15 00 


15 90 


13 40 


13 40 



14 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



FIssex — Concluded. 



James Kerr , 

0. M. S. Thomas , 

James Templeton 

Maurice B. Twomey | 

P. J. Freeman 

Joseph Mathers 

John Smith 

Charles Barillier 

Henry Botsford 

James T. Laird. „ 

Francis S. Beach , 

James Eugene McGuire 

Antoiue Verniette, jun 

A. H. Lidwell 

Warren Kimball 

Jonathan Wigfield 

Thomas Dales , 

Neil Rolfson , 

W. A. Grenville , 

Joseph Coatsworth 

W. H. Billings 

Jasper Golding 

Trinei Girard 

J. B. Chauvin 

John Foster 



$ cts. 

16 20 
13 00 

9 00 

13 00 

12 60 

17 00 

14 00 

17 00 
11 20 
16 10 

13 00 

11 00 
16 00 
24 00 

13 80 

14 00 
14 00 

18 00 
13 00 

16 60 

12 00 
18 30 

17 10 
10 40 
23 80 



Total 

Less amount paid by three Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



1,339 77 



cts. 

16 20 
13 00 

9 00 

13 00 

12 60 

17 00 

14 00 

17 00 
11 20 
16 10 

13 00 

11 00 
16 00 
24 00 

13 80 

14 00 
14 00 

18 00 
13 00 

16 6>> 

12 00 

18 30 

17 10 
10 40 

19 80 



1,250 77 
150 00 

1,100 77 



Frontenac. 

R. M. Rose, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes, 1 box, $350 and 3 locks, $1.20 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage , 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery... 

W. Newman's account for 5 polling booths , 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

M. Spoor 

H. Hitchcock , 

John Cowan , 

P. W. Day 

J. A. McKerrie , 

R G. Purdy 

Wm. Sprole 

Wm. Craig 

D. J. Walker 

Alexander Ritchie., 

John G. McGrath 

Samuel Poole 

Charles Belwa 

David Trotter 

John H. Kaul 

George Purcell 

Thos. Kelly ...„ 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


45 09 


40 34 


4 70 


4 40 


70 35 


68 25 


137 60 


137 60 


2 08 


2 08 


16 25 


15 00 


13 00 


13 00 


14 10 


14 10 


14 60 


13 60 


13 40 


13 40 


12 80 


12 80 


13 65 


13 65 


13 45 


13 45 


13 60 


13 60 


14 90 


14 90 


14 50 


14 50 


16 70 


16 70 


15 90 


15 90 


10 85 


10 85 


14 45 


14 45 


15 10 


15 10 


14 05 


14 05 


11 50 


11 50 



15 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Frontenac — Concluded. 



Robert Nancollas. 
Michael Melville.. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance'paid by Government 



$ cts. 

13 90 

12 60 



608 12 



Paid. 



$> cts. 

13 90 
12 60 



598 72 
100 00 



498 72 



Glengarry. 

Angus Macdonald, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk -. 

do Constable.. 

Extra do Returning Officer, proclamation, &c. , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Printiog, advertising and stationery , 

Mileage ..-.. 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Jas. A. Summers , 

Malcolm Munro , 

Robert Blackwood , 

John R. McDonald 

John R. McDonald ..*> , 

James Fraser , 

James R. McKenzie ..., 

Alexander McKenzie , .. . 

Angus McMillan.... 

Peter Kennedy 

Peter Smart 

Duncan C. McRae 

Wm. Bathurst 

Charles Westley 

William A. Fraser 

Alexander Robertson 

P. A. Stewart 

William Stewart ... - 

John Chisholm , 

D. B. McMillan 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


10 00 




57 80 


57 80 


61 45 


52 45 


91 80 


91 80 


12 00 


12 00 


15 20 


15 20 


16 20 


16 20 


15 60 


15 60 


16 60 


16 60 


15 40 


15 40 


13 60 


13 60 


17 50 


17 50 


15 70 


15 70 


15 50 


15 50 


14 00 


14 00 


16 80 


16 80 


15 10 


15 10 


17 40 


17 40 


15 60 


15 60 


17 60 


17 6f 


15 20 


15 20 


14 60 


14 60 


16 80 


16 80 


17 00 


17 00 


13 60 


13 60 



617 05 



598 OS 
100 00 



498 05 



Grenvillb, South. 

Patrick McRae, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Legal services 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Makiag up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

Abraham Wilson. 

Ezra Adams 

David Adams 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 09 


46 25 


46 25 


46 24 


46 24 


56 00 


52 00 


10 00 


JO 00 


13 00 


13 00 


12 30 


12 30 


14 30 


14 3 D 



16 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Co mmons- Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 




Grknvillb, South— Conchided. 



$ cts. 



James Miller. 

Gideon Fairburn 

Ward S. Plumb 

Jobn Bush 

Allen Cameron 

Charles E. Johnston 

Isaiah Wright 

George Whitworth... 
Alpheus Vanarnam . 

Charles Murphy 

Thomas R. Melville.. 

W. J. Bass 

A. MaeRorie 

Gideon Lanthier 

W. G. Scott. 

Bartholomew White. 



Total . 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



Grey, South. 

Joseph Maugan, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof „.. 

Ballot boxes ~ 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

j John Allgeier 

William H. Ryan 

John C. Winkler 

James Ball 

Thomas Dingman 

Malcom McPhee 

James Brown 

Archibald Black 

Hugh McKee 

Kenneth McEenzie 

John S. Black 

Thomas Haskins 

Hector McRae , 

Duncan Campbell «... 

James Johnston , 

Charles Coutts 

George Russell , 

John Ferguson , 

George Stephenson 

Robert Renwick 

William J. Dillon 



Total ., 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



16 00 


16 00 


11 00 


11 0U 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 0'» 


12 00 


12 00 


12 40 


12 40 


13 40 


13 40 


13 00 


13 00 


12 00 


12 00 


14 40 


14 40 


14 40 


14 40 


12 80 


12 80 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


8 00 


8 00 


9 00 


9 00 


$4G6 49 


$462 49 



$629 34 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


49 00 


49 00 


25 00 


25 00 


54 91 


54 94 


104 10 


95 10 


5 00 


5 00 


14 35 


14 35 


18 00 


18 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 60 


15 60 


18 60 


18 60 


17 20 


17 20 


13 80 


13 80 


15 00 


15 00 


14 00 


13 20 


15 00 


15 00 


14 70 


14 70 


15 55 


15 55 


16 40 


16 40 


15 20 


15 20 


13 10 


13 10 


16 20 


16 20 


11 00 


11 00 


17 00 


17 00 


15 80 


15 20 


13 40 


13 40 


18 40 


15 40 



11 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituences. 



Grey, East. 

Thomas Lauder, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer.. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Extra do Returning Officer. 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof... 

Printing, advertising and stationery ... 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

John McArthur . ... 

Thomas Irwin 

J. W, Henderson 

James W. Webster 

Godfrey McAllister 

William Reid 

Adam Goodfellow ... 

Archibald Campbell 

Francis Ha.-sard 

Milton C Hamilton 

Thomas Jordan 

Robert Dunlop 

James Anderson 

JamesC. Paterson ... 

Bow ley Arnold 

John Pollev... 

Richard Bell 

Kenneth McAulay 

James Brown 

James L. Wilson , 

James C Grant 

John Albrey , 

Josiah Garney , 

Wesley Long , 

Andrew McGirr 

Robert Morrison 

William J. Gibson 

James Menzies 

John Vert , 

James Cavanagh 

George Johnston 

George R. Middleton 

Samuel 0. Richmond 

Francis Bole 

Samuel Acheson 

Robert Watson 

William Cooper. 



Claimed. 



$ CIS. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government 



$903 IK 



Paid. 



$ Cts. 



6 i 00 


60 00 


s i 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


10 00 




75 00 


75 00 


86 38 


84 83 


121 30 


121 30 


15 00 


15 00 


16 20 


16 20 


11 00 


11 00 


13 80 


13 80 


15 00 


15 00 


11 50 


11 50 


15 80 


15 80 


14 20 


14 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 00 


15 00 


18 40 


18 40 


12 80 


12 80 


17 00 


17 00 


13 80 


13 80 


14 40 


14 40 


14 35 


14 35 


15 20 


15 20 


16 40 


16 40 


8 40 


8 40 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


12 20 


12 20 


16 60 


16 60 


14 30 


14 30 


16 60 


16 60 


16 70 


16 70 


15 00 


15 00 


L4 00 


14 00 


12 85 


12 85 


13 70 


13 70 


11 00 


11 00 


14 00 


14 00 


10 40 


10 40 


L5 20 


15 20 


15 40 


15 40 


14 50 


14 50 


12 10 


12 10 



$891 6.5 

100 00 

i $791 63 



Grbv. Nobth. 

MoKhight. Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery. 

Postn ge«, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

5— * 



60 00 


60 0o 


8 00 


8 00 


58 46 


58 46 


13 50 


L3 50 


75 20 


75 2o 


7 34 


7 34 


96 40 


73 40 



18 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



j Claimed. 



Grby, North— Concluded. 



Deputy Returning Officers 

William Wilson 

(too. G. B. Lang 

Thomas Boaniinan ... 

Thomas Gordon 

Go rge C. Oowper... 
John G. Spragge ... . 
Jan os Crookshanks., 

William Mclvor 

Gem ge Atkie 

John Horn 

Jauu s Fleming. , 

William Beaton 

George Ingles 

David Dunn 

John Vasey . 

Alexander Stephens. 

George Smith 

Donald Baxter. 

John Muni n 

William Thompson... 

David Armstrong 

William G. Murray... 

John Sutherland 

William 0. 1 wart .... 
James Robertson .... 
Alexander Bell 

William J. Cavill 

J"hn McKenzie . ... 
Charles Julyan, jun.. 



Total ;... 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



$ ■ cts. 



14 00 

12 00 
10 00 

7 00 

14 00 

15 00 

13 00 

10 20 

12 85 

13 00 

16 20 
15 00 
12 00 

15 10 

16 00 

14 00 

12 00 

8 00 

11 60 

15 40 
11 40 

13 20 
11 20 

15 90 

16 60 
11 40 
10 00 
13 00 
15 00 



$692 95 



Balance paid by Government. 



Paid. 



% cts. 



14 00 

12 00 

10 00 

7 oo 

14 oo 

15 00 

13 00 

10 20 

12 85 

13 00 

16 20 
15 00 
12 00 

15 10 

16 00 

14 00 

12 00 

8 00 

11 60 

15 40 
11 40 

13 20 
11 20 

15 90 

16 60 
11 40 
10 00 
13 00 
15 00 

|669 95 
100 00 



$569 95 



Haldimand. 

Agnew P. Fakkell, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer.... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination ana Declaration 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

C. E. Campbell 

James Aldridge 

James Mitchell 

Donald Macfarlane , 

James Elliott 

fpaac Fry 

H. K. Inse 

Robert Irvirig , ... 

Alexander Thomoson 

Richard A. Havill 

David Byers 

William Brown, jun 

Andrew Williamson, jun 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


65 45 


65 45 


55 72 


55 72 


2 78 


2 78 


67 10 


67 10 


10 00 


10 00 


11 40 


11 40 


15 85 


15 85 


14 20 


14 20 


14 00 


14 00 


9 40 


9 40 


20 00 


20 00 


9 40 


9 40 


10 50 


10 50 


9 40 


9 40 


9 20 


9 20 


17 90 


17 90 


11 00 


11 00 






19 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Haldimand— Concluded. 



James Kerr 

Charles E. Bourne. 

John Pugsley 

James Burwash ... 

C. C. Backus 

Andrew Rodgers.. 
John Caldwell.. ... 
Henry Leonard. ... 
John FT. Hag^r 



Claimed. 



Total 

Less amount paid by three Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



S cts. 

15 40 

11 00 

12 00 

11 00 
8 80 

13 00 

12 00 
12 40 
11 00 



528 90 



Paid. 



% cts. 

15 40 

11 00 

12 00 

11 00 
8 80 

13 00 

12 00 
12 40 
11 00 

528 90 
150 00 

378 90 



Q ALTON. 

Thomas Racey, Returning Officer 

Personal services of Returning Officer, 
do Election Clerk. ... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof... 
Printing, advertising and stationery. 



Mileage 
Deputy Returning Officers- 
John T. Elliott 

Thomas Smith 

John Murray. 

C. J McDonald 

W. H. McDonald 

J. S. Frazer 

Joseph W. Bowes 

David Featherston... 

Joseph M Snider 

John K. Applebee.... 

W. C. Inglehart 

Henry Williams... 

David Alton.. 

Robert Miller 

John Mathews 

S. P. Morse 

James Menzies 

John Easterbrook ... 

George Thomas 

R, Young 

G. S. Goodville 

John Ro3S 

R. Balmer 

Daniel Williams 

C P. Chisholm 

Thomas Graham 

Charles Jones 

William Panton 

F. J. Jones 



Total _ 

Less amount paid by two Candidates. 



60 00 

8 00 
08 25 
96 15 

2 99 
65 50 

16 00 

11 00 

17 40 
17 80 

17 20 

18 90 
15 20 
15 20 
18 80 
15 10 
15 55 

12 40 
.3 80 
18 25 
14 20 

14 80 
12 80 

10 50 

15 80 
17 60 I 
17 60 | 

16 40 

11 20 
16 10 
14 70 I 
14 60 j 
14 00 I 
11 00 
in 00 I 



734 79 



Balance paid by Government. 



60 00 
8 00 

68 25 

96 15 
2 99 

52 00 

16 00 

11 00 
15 00 

17 60 

17 20 

18 90 
15 20 
15 20 

17 80 
15 10 
15 55 

12 40 

13 80 

18 25 

14 20 

14 80 
12 80 

10 00 

15 80 
17 60 
17 00 

16 40 

11 20 
16 10 
14 70 
L3 00 
14 00 
11 00 
10 00 



715 59 
100 00 



615 59 



5— 21 



20 



3 oi late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario— Continued 



Constituencies. 



Hamilton, Citv of. 

Thomas Bkam.ky, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer ... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 
Rent, Ac of Polling Booths 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

G. Howard 

Thos. Northey 

James Way 

C. A. Sadlier , 

L. McPherson 

Andrew Hammond 

James Houldin 

Joseph Mason 

James Tindell 

J. B. Henderson 

George H. Hill 

John Saunders 

A. Campbell 

J. Hardiker 

R. Nixon 

T. X. Best 

L. Hills 

John Greig 

Y\\ A. Smith 

John Henry 

*V. Herman 

P. Balfour - 

W. Murray 

James Gay 

George VY. Johnson 

W. Malone 

Richard Ellicott 

James Addison 

D. Dawson 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Total 

Less amount paid by four Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



cts. 



60 00 

8 00 ! 

1 00 : 

45 70 | 

32 00 | 

98 73 | 

3 00 | 

282 50 I 



762 98 



cts 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

45 70 

32 00 

98 78 

3 0C 

282 50 



8 00 


8 09 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 0O 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 



762 98 
200 00 



562 98 



Hastings, West. 

"W. IT. Ponton, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

A. i) Ponton 

R. Newberry. 

A. G. Northop 

t^eo. C. J Hanwell 

Chas. J.Hunt , ... 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


2 00 


1 00 


50 10 


50 10 


77 15 


75 80 


40 50 


40 50 


5 00 


5 00 


21 00 


21 00 


11 00 


11 00 


21 00 


21 00 


21 00 


21 00 


21 00 


21 00 



21 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid, 



Hastings, West — Concluded. 



W. A. Ostruru 

Peter Mabee , 

Stewart Masgon 

John Chapman 

Ralph R. Bird 

F. B. Prior 

David R. Vanderwaters. 

James Munro 

Jeremiah Simmons 

William Galna. 



$ cts 
21 00 I 



21 00 j 
21 00 
19 00 ! 
15 45 I 
19 00 
17 00 ! 
19 00 ■ 
15 00 
15 00 I 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government , 



520 20 



$ cts. 

21 00 
21 00 
21 00 
19 00 
15 45 
19 00 
17 00 
19 00 
15 00 
15 00 

517 85 
100 00 



417 85 



Hastings, East. 

Hiram Holden, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer — 

do Election Clerk 

Attending at recount, Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof r 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery ..I 
Deputy-Returning Officers — 

W. Evans 

A. B. Randall 

E. Hollingsworth | 

Wm. Randall 

Alex. Coulter 

Michael Corrigan 

Geo. Anderson 

Bartholemew Callery 

Jacob Sills 

John Canniff. ; 

E. Thrasher ; 

J. J. Ross I 

Albert Loucks ■ 

George Phillips 

Benjamin Henry 

J. M. McCannon I 

Wm. Wray J 

George Martin I 

M. Lasage i 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Kalance paid by Government 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


6 00 


62 50 


52 30 


CA 54 


64 54 


160 30 


157 00 


2 00 




15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


11 90 


11 90 


13 00 


13 00 


17 80 


16 20 


15 20 


13 20 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


13 00 


13 00 


12 80 


12 80 


16 00 


16 00 


13 00 


13 00 


16 50 


16 50 


13 80 


13 80 


14 00 


13 00 


]6 20 


16 20 


13 20 


11 00 


17 70 


17 70 


15 0) 


15 00 





, . 


652 44 


628 14 




100 00 



528 14 



22 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies 



01aim< d. 



Hastings, East, — Special. 

George Taylck, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer ., 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage , 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy-Returning Officers — 

Wm. Evans ~ 

A. Coulter 

George Anderson .. 

Wm S. Randall 

B. Callery 

M. Corrigan 

G. Hollingsworth 

D. N. Demmill 

Forbes Sherry 

Wm. Wray 

Thos. Graham 

George Mailin 

M. Lasage , , 

James J. Ross 

E. Philpott 

E Thrasher 

Wm. Clagie 

W, B. Sayer 

E. N. Gould , 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



cts. 



60 


00 


8 


00 


1 


00 


63 00 


58 


30 


4 00 


103 20 


10 


00 


15 00 


16 


20 


18 


60 


15 00 


15 00 


16 


10 


14 90 


15 


00 


13 70 


16 20 


14 


30 


16 


20 


16 


20 


15 


60 


14 


50 


17 00 


16 


60 


16 50 


14 


00 



604 10 



Hastings, North. 

George Taylor, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration.. 

Mileage , 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

F. B, Parker 

A. Chard 

J. Hagle 

D. McQuigg , 

James Duncan , 

Wm. Phillips... 

E. Maloney 

D Bentley 

Charles Greden . 

John R. Ketcheson„ 

A. D. Ross 

O. Johnston 

P. J. Green 

James Burton 



60 00 


8 


00 


2 


00 


67 


50 


61 


26 


10 


00 


8 


00 


195 80 


13 


50 


16 60 


17 


00 


17 


20 


18 


60 


19 


00 


18 


20 


16 60 


15 


GO 


16 40 


19 


20 


15 80 


17 00 


20 


80 



23 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Hastings, North — Concluded. 



Claimed. Paid 



A. C. Barker 

Edwin James 

J. G. Foster 

James Gay 

Francis Reynolds... 
Chas, W. Barrager. 
Charles Donaldson. 
Angus Robertson... 
Walter Whiteford.. 
James Tom 



Total ., 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



824 56 



$ cts. 



19 50 


17 70 


15 00 


15 00 


16 60 


16 60 


16 40 


16 40 


17 40 


17 40 


18 20 


18 20 


14 00 


14 00 


16 80 


16 80 


19 80 


18 00 


17 40 


17 40 



764 56 
100 00 



664 56 



Hastings, North. — Special, 

George Taylor, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 7 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 



Balance paid by Government.. 



40 00 


40 00 


4 00 


4 00 


1 00 


1 00 


7 5<J 


7 50 


1 00 


1 00 


4 00 


4 00 


45 40 


45 40 


4 00 





106 90 



102 90 
50 00 



52 90 



Huron, North. 

Thomas Holmes, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer ..... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery ; 

Postages, telegrams, express charge?, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

John Cook.. 

Wm. Malough — 

J. Culberton .... 

M. Dalton 

D. Mcli tyre 

R. Phillips 

P. Keating 

J. Hazlewood , 

W. Dean 

J. Flemming 

Wm. McKercher 

J. Cowan 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


64 78 


64 78 


5 50 


4 50 


99 25 


87 62 


3 00 


3 00 


5 00 


4 00 


153 00 


105 00 


5 00 


5 00 


12 60 


12 60 


13 50 


13 50 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 



2 J 



Expenses of Late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 




Huron, North — Concluded. 



A. D. Einnellj. 

F Scott 

Wm. Clarke. ..., 

W. Harris 

Geo. Hood 

Ft. Armstrong.., 

J. Miller 

James Brown... 
I'. Porteriield ... 

R. Carrie 

C. Girvin, jun... 

R. Murray 

J. Gordon 

G. McKay 

B. Flynn 

Wm. Small 

A. Fisher 

J. Johnston 

Geo McKenzie. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



Balance paid by Government 



Huron, Centre. 

James Dickson, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Extra services of Returning Officer, searching boundaries (C.of Peace) 

Voters' .Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes.. 

Printing, advertising and stationery ......... 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage ^ 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Donald Scott 

William Spence 

James McNair 

Adam Turnbull 

Alex. Hunter 

Alex. Ross ..... , 

Chas. Dickson 

John Mcllroy 

Richard Pollard 

John Morrison 

John O'Sullivan 

Joseph Evans 

Andrew McDonald 

James Braithwaite « 

Hugh Wallace 

Charles Mcintosh , 

Thomas Neilans , 

John Fowler , 

John Buchanan 

John A. McDonagh 

A. Sands 

John Kernigham 

Edward Robertson 



$ cts. 

12 00 i 

12 00 I 

13 50 ! 
15 50 \ 

13 00 
15 50 ! 

14 00 

13 00 

12 00 

14 00 

13 00 

10 80 
13 50 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 

11 00 

12 00 | 

13 50 , 




60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


2 50 


. ... ...... ..... 


58 40 


58 40 


12 50 


9 50 


06 93 


88 93 


5 78 


5 78 


74 00 


74 00 


12 00 


11 00 


15 40 


15 40 


15 00 


15 00 


12 85 


12 85 


15 40 


15 40 


15 00 


15 00 


18 20 


18 20 


12 00 


12 00 


13 00 


13 00 


10 00 


10 00 


20 40 


19 40 


15 20 


15 20 


7 40 


7 40 


12 00 


12 00 


12 00 


12 00 


12 40 


12 40 


15 50 


15 50 


15 80 


15 80 


14 50 


14 50 


15 75 


15 75 


12 40 


12 40 


13 60 


13 60 


13 00 


13 00 



"lb 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Huron Centre — Concluded. 



Hugh Hamilton. 

Daniel Gordon 

Thos. B. VanEvery 

Stephen Yates 

James Thomson 

James Addison 

Samuel Stark 

Edward Cash 

William Elliott 

David Manson 

Samuel Smillie 

Robert Landsborough 
William McConnell. ... 




Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates, 



Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 

14 00 

14 00 

15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
11 00 
14 00 
11 00 

9 00 
9 70 
8 50 
8 20 



807 31 



Paid. 



$ cts. 

14 00 

14 0O 

15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
11 00 
14 00 
11 00 

9 00 
9 70 
8 50 
8 20 



781 81 
100 00 



681 81 



Huron, Centre — Special 

Robsrt Gibbons, Returning Officer — 

Personal services ot Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable... 

Voters' Lists anil Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery , 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c ... 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

James Addison 

James Thomson 

Stephen Yates 

Thos. B. Van Every 

Daniel Gordon 

Hugh Hamilton 

Edward Robertson 

John Keringhan 

Archibald Sands 

John A. McDonagh 

John Buchanan _. 

Jonn Fowler ? 

Thomas Neelan 

Charles Mcintosh .... 

Hugh Wallace 

James Braithwaite , 

Andrew McDonald 

Joseph Evans 

John O'Sullivan... 

John C. Morrison 

Richard Pollard , 

John McElroy 

Charles Dickson 

William McConnell 

Robert Landsborough 

Jam s Murray 

David Manson 

Al' xander Ross 

A. Hunter 

Adam Turnbull 

James McNair 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


65 65 


65 65 


l10 25 


90 45 


3 75 


3 75 


73 90 


73 90 


15 00 


15 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 no 


12 00 


12 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 oo 


13 00 


13 00 


12 60 


12 60 


12 40 


12 40 


12 00 


12 00 


15 40 


15 40 


15 60 


15 60 


15 50 


15 50 


13 10 


13 10 


12 00 


12 00 


12 00 


12 00 


11 40 


11 40 


15 20 


15 20 


19 40 


17 40 


14 00 


14 00 


12 00 


12 00 


12 00 


12 00 


18 20 


18 20 


12 20 


12 20 


13 00 


13 00 


9 00 


9 00 


15 00 


13 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 20 


15 20 


14 75 


12 55 


15 40 


15 40 



26 



EXPENSES <>l late Elections for House of Commons- 

Consiituencies. 



Ontario — Continued 



Hukon, Centrk — Special — Concluded. 



William Spence. 
William Elliott.. 
Edward Cash.... 
Samuel Stark.... 
T. S. Scott 



Claimed. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



Balance paid by Government, 



$ cts. 

15 40 

9 50 

14 00 
11 00 

15 20 



816 00 



Paid. 



Huron, South. 

Robket Gibbons, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer .... 

do Election Clerk.. 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 
Building at Nomination and Declaration .. 

Mileage 

Deputy-Returning Officers- 
James Patton 

John L. Courtier 

John Torrance 

John VV igginton 

David Patton 

M. Eactitt 

John Carrick 

Thomas Kennard 

Hugh Love .... 

Wm Plunkett 

A. Campbell 

Geo B. W'alrond 

Alex. McLaren 

Samuel Foster , 

H. V. Dirstein 

Mick, Zellar 

J W. hogarth 

C Provty , r 

Charles. Brown 

Henry Doyle 

John Matheson '..... 

Thomas Allan 

James Bonthron , 

George Turnbull 

George Hackney 

John Esson , 

J. A. Nelles , 

W. H. Hime 

Wm. Downing , 

John Ridout 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government , 



60 00 


a oo 


1 00 


57 65 


88 20 


2 75 


4 00 


69 90 


13 75 


13 50 i 


15 00 ! 


13 90 i 


15 60 1 


11 50 


12 90 


11 40 


13 00 


17 80 


15 00 


13 40 


15 60 


7 80 


11 20 


12 20 


13 00 


13 00 


15 00 


20 00 


17 00 


11 25 


13 80 


13 80 


15 70 


15 40 


14 40 


14 40 


14 40 


14 60 



710 80 



683 30 
100 00 



583 30 



27 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Kent. 

John Mbrcbr, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

Beputy-Returning Officers — 

A. W.Brown 

James Burch 

James W. Riley 

W. A. McCrea 

J. Skey 

Peter Rutherford 

Daniel Forsyth 

Joseph Woods 

James Richardson 

J. M. Taylor 

T, R. Harris 

J. Blackwood 

R. 0. Miller 

Charles Ritchie 

James Purdy 

J. G. Woods 

J. N. Gibb 

P. Hodgfs 

D. W. Eberts 

J. Donevan 

A. Ouellette 

J. Welch 

J. W. Marentelle 

D. R. Farqubarson.. 

W. C Fletcher 

Jobn Coutts 

Michael Cleary 

Wm. W. Holmes 

M. McNeil 

D. E. Echlier 

John Jenner 

W. H. Taylor 

C. Ren wick 

F. W. Smi.h 

R. Monck 

Wm. R. Fellowes 

F. K. Rice 

James Leslie 

Abraham Wilson 

S. Stokes 

E. F. Bunnell 

Wm. R. Fellowes 

D. B. McDonald 

Francis J. Lawyer 



Paid. 



Tjtal 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balanoe paid by Government 



$ cts. : $ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

115 80 

6 00 

74 83 

8 88 

130 40 

13 90 
15 00 
15 00 

12 00 

11 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

15 00 

14 00 

15 20 

17 20 

18 20 

16 40 
18 00 

17 00 
17 60 
17 00 
17 60 

16 40 

17 40 

18 00 

13 70 

19 30 
17 40 
17 00 
17 00 
17 20 

15 00 

12 80 

17 40 

14 80 

16 00 

18 00 
11 90 

17 40 

16 20 

17 00 

16 00 

13 20 
13 20 

17 00 
17 00 



1,101 31 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

115 80 

6 00 

74 83 

8 88 

130 40 

13 90 
15 00 
15 00 

12 00 

11 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

15 00 

14 00 

15 20 

17 20 

18 20 

16 40 
18 00 

17 00 
17 60 
17 00 
17 60 

16 40 

17 40 

18 00 

13 70 

19 30 
17 40 
17 00 
17 00 
17 20 

15 00 

12 80 

17 40 

14 80 

16 00 

18 00 
11 90 

17 40 

16 20 

17 00 

16 00 

13 20 
13 20 

17 00 
17 00 

1,101 31 
100 00 

1,001 31 



28 



RxPENSEe the late Election for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies 




Kingston, City of. 



E. J. Barker, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 



Extra do Returning Officer, 3 Returns to Candidates 

Legal services 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof - 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage , 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 

Making polling compartments 

Rental of 17 polling places 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

John Johnston 

Wm. Perry , I 

G. McMahon 

H. Cummings I 

John Campbell , 

M. Quinu , 

l\ Curtis 

F. Scobell 

L. Le Richaux . 

J. R. Burke , 

S. S. Phippen , 

Geo J.Jeffrey , 

D. J. Pugle , 

W. H. Savage , 

A. C. McMahon , 

Wm. Carter 

Samuel Shaw 



Total .. 

Less amount from three Candidates , 



Balance paid by government. 



$ cts. 

60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

3 00 
10 00 
38 00 

31 
66 75 

50 95 

4 40 

51 00 
170 00 

8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 50 
8 00 
8 00 
8 50 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 



600 41 



$ cts. 

60 00 
P 00 
1 00 



5 00 
38 0O 

25 
66 75 
34 60 

3 40 

51 00 

170 00 

8 00 

8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 50 
8 00 
8 00 
8 50 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 



575 00 
150 00 



425 00 



Lambton. 

James Flintoft, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk. 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery..- 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers- 
Hugh Smith 

William J. Keyes , 

Edward H. Johnston 

James Copeland , 

James Faulkner 

George E Murphy 

James Peats 

Jacob Perkin3 

William J. Boosey 

Henry Brown 

William Smith 

Samuel Howden 

Benjamin Learn 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


142 16 


142 16 


92 42 


92 42 


10 19 


8 44 


208 90 


151 70 


10 00 


10 00 


12 00 


12 00 


12 00 


12 00 


10 00 


10 00 


9 50 


9 50 


8 00 


8 00 


9 00 


9 00 


8 00 


8 00 


10 00 


10 00 


15 00 


15 00 


10 00 


10 00 


8 00 


8 00 


12 00 


12 00 



29 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Lam uton — Concluded. 



I.obert R. Dickey 

Newton Fripp .. 

James Brown 

John B. Beveridge 

Thomas W. Brown , 

John Lowrie 

John Brebner 

George B. Johnstou 

Joseph Featherston 

William J. Proctor 

James Watson 

William Robertson 

diaries S. Duncan 

Ralph Gillespie 

Robert Dawson 

John Smith .... 

John L. Wilson 

James Armstrong . 

William G. Willouguby. 

Peter McLean — 

John Holbrook, jun 

James Spalding 

James Williamson 

William McLpay 

Michael Elleeker 

James Thompson 

Alexander Davidson 

David Smith 

John W. (Jronell 

Adam Duffus 

Donald 0. Mclutyre 

Thomas Greenwood 

John Morrison 

Duncan S. Robertson — 

Thomas R. K. Scott 

Finlay McKinlay ... 




Lanark, North. 

John Menzies, Returning Officer — 

Personal services as Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage.... 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery..' 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

John Paul 

William Robertson 

Alfred M. Guey | 

Peter McDougall 

Wm. A. Field I 

Alexander Watt 

Junes Connery I 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



13 25 | 


3 2 25 


12 25 i 


12 25 


13 70 


13 70 


15 20 


15 20 


11 40 


11 40 


13 00 


13 00 


10 00 


10 00 


14 00 


14 00 


8 00 


8 00 


11 00 


11 00 


9 00 


9 00 


12 25 


12 25 


12 00 


12 00 


10 50 


10 50 


9 60 


9 60 


12 00 


12 00 


15 00 


15 00 


16 90 


12 40 


9 85 


9 60 


U 20 


11 20 


12 50 


12 50 


i3 40 


13 40 


13 90 


13 90 


9 80 


9 80 


11 00 


11 00 


11 60 


11 60 


11 80 


11 80 


14 80 


14 80 


15 50 


15 50 


13 80 


13 80 


13 40 


13 40 


14 00 


14 00 


12 40 


12 40 


12 30 


12 30 


12 80 


12 80 


16 00 


16 00 



Total „ 

Less amount paid by Candidates 


1,105 27 | 


1,040 57 

ioo oo 


Balance paid by Government 


" 


940 57 






1 





60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


38 10 


38 10 


27 25 


27 25 


4 00 


4 00 


47 00 


47 00 


2 00 


2 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 20 


15 20 


17 00 


17 00 


12 00 


12 0d 


11 00 


11 (ii) 


16 20 


16 20 


12 00 


12 00 



30 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario -Continued 



Constituencies. 



Lanark, North — Concluded. 



John Dickison 

Wm. Dickison 

Archibald Rankin 

Alexander R. Mclntyre 

Archibald Penman 

Andrew Mclnnes ... 

John Scott 

John Patterson 

Thomas Coulter 

George O'Brien 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 




$ cts. 

12 GO 
8 00 

8 00 

14 05 
12 60 
12 20 

15 00 

9 00 
15 00 
15 00 



406 60 



$ cts. 

12 00 
8 00 

8 00 

14 05 
12 60 
12 20 

15 00 

9 00 
15 0<> 
15 00 

406 60 
100 00 



306 60 



Lanark, South. 



James Thompson, Returning Officer — 

Personal services as Returning Officer - I 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof .. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage ...._ 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

W. H. Grant , 

Thomas Brooke ..• 

Henry Moorehouse 

Michael Stanley 

James Patterson 

James Freeman 

Samuel Wilson 

Henry Rigney 

Henry Mayberry ? 

Lawrence Dowdall 

Henry Ferguson , 

Andrew Carswell 

Neil Stewart 

Ewen McEwen 

a. R. G. Peden. 

Geo. A. Cornell 

William Rowison 

Donald McEwen 

Edward Chalmers 

John Ferguson ; 

William M. Keith , 

William Graham... 

James S. Moore 

William J. McLean 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates, 

Balances paid by Government 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


67 80 


67 80 


53 73 


50 98 


1 13 


1 13 


56 60 


54 10 


11 00 


9 50 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


12 80 


12 80 


13 10 


13 10 


13 30 


13 30 


12 70 


12 70 


11 20 


11 20 


15 80 


15 80 


13 80 


13 80 


14 60 


14 60 


14 40 


14 40 


13 80 


13 80 


13 00 


13 00 


11 00 


11 00 


12 40 


12 40 


11 00 


11 00 


18 40 


17 60 


12 00 


12 00 


13 70 


13 70 


11 00 


11 00 


10 00 


10 00 


13 80 


13 80 


12 00 


12 00 



663 06 



555 51 
100 00 



455 51 



31 



Expensed of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario —Continued 



Constituencies. 



Leeds, North, and Grenville. 

■Ormond Jones, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer ,. • .. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
.Deputy Returning Officers — 

*J. K Weir 

H. M. Brown 

E. H. Whitmarsh. 

Thomas Connor 

H. McCrea 

SamuelS. Connor ,., 

John Maekey 

John Rutherford 

Thomas O'Rielly 

John Meikle 

R. Kernahan 

R. Leslie 

John Conn, , 

John Ross - 

E. L. B. Oonnell 

John McPherson 

Elijah Pelton 

Rooert Wallace 




Total 

Les3 amount from Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



$ cts 



60 00 

8 00 

1 0«> 

45 00 

10 75 

48 45 

72 00 

3 00 

15 00 

15 30 

16 60 
15 40 
15 00 
15 40 

15 00 

16 00 
15 45 

8 00 

17 00 
8 80 

17 40 

18 60 
8 00 

15 00 

15 80 

16 60 



512 55 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

45 00 

10 00 

48 45 

52 00 

3 00 

15 00 

15 30 

16 60 
15 40 
15 00 
15 40 

15 00 

16 00 
15 45 

8 00 

17 00 
8 80 

15 40 

16 00 
8 00 

15 00 

15 80 

16 60 



487 20 
100 00 



387 20 



Leeds, South. 



William Patrick, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer...., 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voteis' Lis^s and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers— 

:J Duncan Ripley 

J. R. Dargarel 

James Bilton 

John McGuire 

George Bell .... 

W. W. Williams 

C. C rttrathers 

H. U Turner 

H B.Howard 

John Thompson 

ige Peck 

J. A. Bradley - 

Alex. Sliter 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


87 00 


32 80 


60 00 


60 00 


6 00 


6 00 


85 00 


70 00 


12 20 


12 20 


13 00 


11 00 


15 80 


15 80 


12 62 


12 62 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


14 30 


14 30 


15 00 


15 00 


15 70 


15 70 


15 00 


15 00 


} 6 HO 


16 80 


15 00 


15 00 


14 00 


14 00 



32 



EXPENSES <>l late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed 



Paid. 



Lebds, South — Concluded. 



% cts. 



R. S. Byington 

Miller Stevens , 

A. Derbyshire 

D. Phillips 

John E. Brown 

J. A. Blackburn .... 

James P. Lamb 

L. N. Philips 

M. J. Connolly 

John Dickey 

Norris V. Mallory ... 

Morton Hughs 

A. E. Smythe 

Freeman Britton 

Philip Heaslip 

Samuel McCammon 



Total 

Less paid by Candidates 



Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



15 30 


15 30 


16 on 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


14 00 


14 00 


15 00 


15 00 


14 00 


14 00 


15 00 


15 00 


16 00 


16 00 


16 00 


16 00 


15 00 


15 00 


14 10 


11 40 


15 75 


15 75 


15 00 


15 00 


10 19 


10 19 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


731 70 


657 86 




100 00 








557 86 



Lknno.x. 

O. T. Prcyn, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer J 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Building at Nomination and Declaration.. 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crowu in Chancery 
Deputy Returning Officers— 

F. Seldon... 

Philip Embury 

Andrew Fraser „ 

James McCoy ' 

Thomas Flynn ' 

F. Mewberry 

C. L. Rogers 

Wm. H. Mowbray 

T. B. Chamberlain 

Abram Winters 

Geo. Dracny 

Peter W . Dafoe. 

Ira Ham 

E. R. Sills 

James Chamberlain j 

Thomas Anderson 

Wm. H. Perry 

Peter E. R. Millet ! 

Isaac F. Aylesworth ! 

Luke C. Spafford 

A. W. Henderson 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balances paid by Government 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

53 00 

109 86 

4 00 ! 
128 00 j 

io oo ! 



15 00 

11 00 
15 00 
18 00 
15 00 
17 00 

15 00 

14 GO 

16 30 

17 00 
16 00 
16 00 

15 00 

15 80 

18 60 

16 20 

17 40 
15 40 
15 50 
17 40 
15 00 

705 46 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

53 00 

109 86 

4 00 

128 00 

10 00 

14 0o 

11 00 

15 00 
18 01 
11 00 
15 00 

15 00 

14 00 

16 30 
16 00 
16 00 
16 00 

15 00 

15 80 

14 00 

16 20 

17 40 

15 40 
15 50 
17 40 
15 00 

692 86 

100 00 



592 86 



33 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 




Lincoln. 

Joseph A. Woodruff, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk , 

do Constable 

Voters' List* and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Po-tages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileaga 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Allen G. Nelson 

A. D. Lacey 

WaUer V. Hare 

Brock Palmer 

Edwin M. Mitch-11 

Ephraim W. Grabb , 

W. S. Kerr 

R. VanNorman 

Jesse Rawling 

Clarke Strains (Mo. 17) 

John W Couridine , 

Gilbert Schooley 

Hiram Slater....* 

Robert Brownlow 

James H. Bessy 

C. E Hamilton 

Mortimer A. Ball 

W. D. Swayze 

W. A. Macdonald 

John Clark Eecles. . 

A. J. Macgregror 

Geo W. Ball 

Horace Comfort 

H Vale 

Frederick St. John 

William Patterson 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



60 00 j 

8 00 I 

1 00 1 

98 10 i 

205 62 ' 

4 50 ! 

70 00 ! 



$ cts. 



60 no 

8 00 

1 00 

98 10 

155 00 

4 50 

70 00 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



Balance paid by Government. 



15 90 : 


15 90 


15 00 


15 00 


15 70 j 


15 70 


14 85 ' 


14 85 


13 00 ' 


13 00 


16 20 1 


16 20 


16 20 ; 


16 20 


15 00 1 


15 00 


16 HO 1 


16 30 


15 20 | 


15 20 


14 00 


14 00 


14 00 1 


14 00 


15 80 1 


15 30 


15 00 ! 


15 00 


15 40 


15 40 


21 00 


21 00 


21 00 


21 00 


21 40 


21 40 


21 00 


21 00 


21 00 


21 00 


16 00 


15 00 


16 00 


15 00 


11 00 


11 00 


11 00 


11 00 


21 00 


21 00 


21 00 


21 00 



876 17 



823 89 
100 00 



723 89 



London, City of. 



W 



C. Gill, Returning Officer— I 

Personal services of Returning Officer.. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable ' 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof j 

Printing, advertising and stationery j 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c j 

Mileage ' 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancory..' 
24 screens, $42 ; rent of polling stations, $142; use of chairs, &c,$2.50 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

A. S. Abbott 

G- R. r*ander3on 

Robert Scott 

E. R Reed 

Wm. McBride 

John Brown, 

Wm. Moore * 

5—3 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


!)9 40 


00 40 


66 72 


65 22 


1 80 


i so 


17 00 


IT 00 


5 00 


5 00 


86 50 


184 00 


8 00 


8 00 


9 50 


8 00 


H 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 



34 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario —Continued 



Constituencies. 



I 
Claimed. | Paid. 



London, City of— Concluded. 



C. D. Shnw 

H. W Blinn 

Coibi-t Locke 

J. B Smith 

W. C. G 11 

P. McKfnzie 

A. G. Smyth 

W. A. Bfddoe 

Polling District No. 16, W. Clarke 

G. M. Gunn 

A. Robinson 

\\\ H. Fairbarn 

.Alc\. (iunn ... 

John Martin 

P. H. Atiwood 

W. D Culna 

A. Mcldam 



Less this amount as per Returning Officer's account for D.R.O.. 



Total 

L 83 amount paid by Candidates 



$ cts. 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 50 


8 00 


8 00 


8 0o 


9 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 CO 


8(0 


8 00 


8 00 


o O0 


8 00 


640 42 


3 00 



637 42 



Balance paid by Government. 



J. Irvine 

P. A. Mclntyre.. 

J E Barclay 

E, R. Barclay . . 
L. E Shiplev .... 

D. Shoff... . .*. 

A. Horson « 

W. Fraser 

W. Amos 

J. O. Hore 

T. Mclnnes 

D. Wyllie 

D. McKenzie 

W. J. Anderson 
John Love 



60 


00 


8 00 


1 


00 


77 


79 


115 


75 


4 


(i0 


149 


M 


60 


00 


15 60 


12 


80 


12 


00 


11 


(0 


15 00 


15 80 


16 40 


15 00 


12 


oo 


12 


00 


13 80 


11 


00 


16 00 


16 


00 


15 


60 


11 


GO 


15 70 


15 


60 


14 


40 


11 


60 


15 60 


15 


10 


15 00 



Middlesex, North. 

W. K. Atkinson, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer .- 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Vrters' Li^ts and Certificates thereof 

Printing, adve-t sing: and stationery 

Building at Nomination and Declaration I 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery... 
Deputy Retu ning Officers— 

William Miller 

James Jonts... 

John Hanna 

John Waltham 

H. Hod gins 

M. Collisson 

W. Toohey 

James Grant 



35 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Ontario Continued 



Constituencies. 



Middlesex, East. 

Wk. Gla=s, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Upturning Officer.. , 

do Election Cleik 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Cnriific-ates there< f , 

Printing, advertising and stationary 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, <fec 

Build ng at Nomination and Declaration . .. 

Al ile ge 

72 screen*— 13 allowed ; Deputies charged for balance. 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

Jnnies Rogers 

Chris, H' tfiuan 

Jas. Leain ,.., 

I). P. Aylesworth. 

L McMurray 

C Ban- 

L. Maley 

A Harton , 

VV. L. Br-.wn 

% G WV.igh 

J. C. Hughes 

D. D Brnzell 

W. Cooper 

G. T. Scott . 

S Whestun 

J. Grunt ... 

A Sra bert 

J TVir 

D. Grant 

A Isaac 

E. Plummer 

H. W. S. Wright 

S. Kenoon 

J Symm nd* 

James WhttS .... 

Henry Anderson.. , 

F. W. H. C Jams 

J. H Bartley 

C. P. Alorden 

S. Raney 

M F isher 

R. Whitter 



Paid. 



Middlesex, North— Concluded. 
R. Molntyre 


• $ cts. 

17 00 
15 00 
15 40 
15 U0 
15 '25 
15 00 
15 00 


$ cts. 

17 00 
1^ 00 
15 40 
15 00 
IS 25 
15 00 
15 00 


J Daw.soa.., 

W. Wells 


H. H Killeridge 


W. W Rutherford 

E. B. Smith 

W. H. Atkinson 


Total , 


898 89 


815 69 
100 00 

715 69 


Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government 









60 00 


60 00 


8 00 1 


8 00 


1 00 1 


1 00 


8! 88 i 


61 88 


90 20 : 


85 20 


1 50 | 


1 50 


10 ( ! 


4 00 


180 50 j 


177 95 


126 00 ' 


22 75 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


16 00 


16 00 


12 80 


12 80 


17 80 


17 80 


14 40 


14 40 


13 00 


13 00 


\S 60 


15 60 


17 00 


17 00 


17 30 


17 30 


14 40 


14 40 


14 00 


14 00 


14 50 


14 50 


12 00 


12 00 


15 40 


12 60 


33 30 


13 00 


17 40 


12 40 


14 00 


14 00 


19 40 


14 60 


12 20 


12 20 


16 40 


15 40 


15 20 


15 20 


15 00 


15 00 


17 60 


17 60 


19 <0 


16 60 


16 50 


16 50 


16 00 


16 00 


15 00 


15 00 


14 20 


14 20 


13 40 


13 00 


17 00 


17 00 


16 50 


16 50 



5— 3* 



36 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



W Lee 


Middlesex, East— Concluded. 


$ cts. 
22 50 


J. Bnrns 


14 20 


J. EL Hnynes 


19 00 


G. W. Keast - - — - -- 


21 80 




Total 


1,148 88 




Less from two Candidates 






Balance paid by Government 





Paid. 



Middlesex, West. 

Stephen Blackburn, Returning Officer- 
Personal services as Returning Officer 

do Election Officer 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

Angus Campbell 

Angus Mclntaggart 

David McEachern 

Hector McFarlane 

James Howe 

Prosper Deming 

George Wilson 

Andrew Wilson 

Thomas English 

Wilmot Sibaisland 

Robert Bodkin „ 

E.G. Hacker 

Wm. Field 

Robert H. Baker 

John Barry 

John Hutton ... 

Edward Goldrick 

Charles Mole 

J B. Winlow 

W. P. Laird 

Donald C. McPbail 

Patrick O'Keefe 

G. M. Harrison .,, 

J. B.Kelly 

W. Murpny 

Thomas Caveney 

Eli Griffith 

A. M. McEvoy 

Dugald Leitch 

Thomas L. Armstrong 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 

16 50 

14 20 
19 00 

15 00 

982 58 
100 00 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

53 38 

54 20 

4 25 j 

81 50 I 

1 49 J 



18 40 
13 20 
13 30 

13 00 
15 30 

14 20 
14 00 
12 60 
12 80 

12 00 

13 50 
11 00 

11 50 

12 00 
17 20 

13 00 
13 20 

10 00 

11 00 
10 15 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 60 
10 60 
10 00 
10 80 

10 00 

11 20 



628 37 



882 58 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

53 38 

54 20 
4 25 

60 70 
1 49 

18 40 
13 20 
13 30 

13 00 
15 30 

14 20 
14 00 
12 60 
12 80 

12 00 

13 50 
U 00 
10 50 
10 60 
17 20 
13 00 
13 20 

10 00 

11 00 
10 15 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 60 
10 00 
10 80 

10 00 

11 20 



604 57 

100 00 

504 57 



3? 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continual 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Monk. 

D. D Evebardo, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' List9 and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Joel D. Felker - 

H.J.Sharp 

Isaac Springstead J 

James W. Shaver ; 

Nelson Messmore \ 

Jame3 Blott I 

S. W. Hornibrooke _ i 

Archibald Cowoer — ' 

C. E. S. Black .. 

A. Mackrague 

Henry Pipe 

Benjamin Kramer 

Jacob W. Strong 

Aaron Braat 

T J. Galbraith 

William Ayera 

John B. Crow ._ 

L. L. Beckett 

Jesse H. Killman 

William Chalmers 

John H^ndqpson 

John W. Overholt 

G E. Robertson 

William Macwhinney 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



$ cts. 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


90 62 


82 84 


57 24 


54 90 


9 36 


8 11 


4 00 


4 00 


202 30 


200 10 


15 20 


15 20 


13 60 


13 60 


13 00 


13 00 


15 20 


15 20 


16 00 


16 00 


18 00 


18 00 


10 10 


10 in 


12 00 


12 00 
11 00 


11 00 


16 60 


16 60 


15 70 


15 70 


13 40 


13 40 


16 40 


16 40 


14 25 


14 25 


16 40 


16 40 


14 00 


14 00 


9 55 


9 55 


15 70 


15 70 


16 20 


16 20 


18 20 


18 20 


18 10 


18 10 


13 00 


13 00 


12 50 


12 50 


16 00 


16 00 


$781 62 


$768 05 




100 00 



Balance paid by Government. 



$668 05 



MlJSKOKA. 



J. 



Ewart LorxT, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Attending at recount — Returning Officer. 

do Election Clerk.... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges. &c. 
Buildinpat Nomination and Declaration. 

Mileage 

Deputy Return-lag Officers- 
Thomas Wbvte 

R. Kimber Johns 

J. E. Lount 

Frederick N. Toye 

W. J Hill 

Alexander Henderson 

David Dickson 

James Bover 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 CM) 


1 00 


I 00 


34 00 


34 00 


34 00 


26 00 


43 80 


36 80 


88 43 


88 43 


19 88 


19 88 


4 00 


4 00 


1,274 50 


816 60 


16 U0 


16 00 


15 00 


15 oo 


19 20 


17 80 


14 55 


14 55 


23 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 60 


15 60 


15 00 


15 00 



38 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Con fumed 




William H. Spencer 
David Ferguson 
Frederick Richardson 
H J. Coate 

Daniel Bain 
Henry C. Guy 
Jos pli A. Laylor 
William Ditchburn 
Andrew Oastler 
Edgar Barbrary 
Davio. Patterson 
Louis E. Kinborn 
James McAllister 
Alexander McKenzie 
D. F. Burkyr 
J. B. Gordon 
D. F. Buik 
Thomas Simpson 
Robert T. Pope 
Alexander Stewart 
William Fryer 
George Todd 
Robert F. Blair 
Neil McLean 
Archibald McNeil 
Geo. A. Vancaney 
Hen r y Armstrong 
H C. Hamilton 
Arthur L, Brown 
James Sharp 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Rain nee paid by Government 



$1,595 46 



Niagara. 

Jckin Powell, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Rt turning Officers — 

John Sands 

John M. Clement 

k harles Carrider 

Wm. S VYinterbottom. 

Chi iles Fisher 

Wm. J. Hamilton 



Total 

Less paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 



60 00 
8 00 
2 00 

14 60 
17 38 

2 00 
23 80 

15 00 
15 00 

15 00 

16 60 
15 00 
14 00 



60 00 
8 00 

1 00 

13 85 

15 38 

2 00 

16 40- 

15 00 
15 00 

15 00 

16 60 
15 00 

14 00 



218 38 



207 23 
100 00 



107 23 



39 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Norfolk, South. 

J. H. McCall, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer.... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Extra do Returning Officer 

Attending at recount — Retur ling Officer, 
do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates tt.ereof 

Bailot box-s 

Priuting, advertising and stationery , 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Building at Nomination and Declaration . 

Mileage 

Delivering ballot boxes to Sheriff 

Deputy Returning Officers— 

W. H. Wells 

Jamon Gray 

Lewis B. Wilson , 

James Fry 

James W. Smith 

W. A. Charlton 

James Slater 

Thomas Forsyth 

Harold Hoist 

John Murphy 

D. J. Ellis 

G. W. Griffin 

M. B. Wilson 

J. VV. Husband 

Thomas M. England 

S. H RyerBe 

Isaac Austion „ 

John V. Watts 

D. U. Brady 

H. P. Wilcox 

Brian Varey 



Claimed. Paid 



To error in D.R. Officer's account. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

3 00 

8 75 

5 00 
83 25 

6 66 ' 
51 22 
16 90 

4 00 
149 50 

2 00 

12 80 
15 20 

10 00 

11 60 
14 10 

14 40 

13 60 

13 80 

15 80 
18 40 

12 50 
15 40 

11 60 

12 20 
10 00 
15 00 
1 . ; 10 

9 50 
8 50 

14 40 

13 60 

703 38 
30 

703 68 



$ cts. 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 
3 00 
8 75 



67 25 

6 16 

50 72 

16 20 

4 00 

126 50 



12 80 
15 20 

10 00 

11 60 
14 10 

14 40 

13 60 

13 80 

15 80 

14 40 

12 50 

15 40 

11 60 

12 20 
10 00 
15 00 

13 10 
9 50 
8 50 

14 40 
13 60 



Balance paid by Government. 



639 93 



loo no 
551 68 



Norfolk, North. 

Edmunp Debdes, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Attending at recount, Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams and express charges 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery . 

Services of a Deputy-Returning Officer and an Agent enquiring into 

disturbance 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


i 


1 00 


6 00 


6 oo 


i 00 


2 00 




71 30 


67 


67 13 




4 50 


79 90 


63 90 






4 00 





40 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario— Continued 



Constituencies. 



Norfolk, North — Concluded. 



Deputy-Returning Officers — 

David Wilson 

T. 8. Dumntt 

Benjamin Thomas 

Cnarles T. Smith- 

William C. Thompson 

Samuel Heath ... 

W. F. Nickerson 

Israel Nlaght 

E. H. Lundy 

Lyman N. Colver 

Alfred Sussex 

David Randall 

Oscar E, Tisdale 

Robert Green 

Aaron Beam 

Fred. T. Carlyle 

Francis R. Berry ... 

Benjamin Maber ... . 

A. Buchner 

T. C. H. Heron 

T. M. Hanselman 

Luke Cook 

John Williamson 

Bernard H. Foley. 

W. W Livingston 

T. G. Matheson 




$ cts. 



15 30 

16 40 

14 10 

17 00 

15 80 

12 00 

13 60 

12 60 

14 25 

11 20 

15 40 
17 10 
14 00 

14 20 
17 20 j 

15 80 I 
17 00 | 

13 20 ! 
15 20 

15 10 j 

16 20 ! 

12 30 
15 00 
15 00 
11 00 

8 00 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



688 28 



Balance paid by Government 



Northumberland, Wbst. 



Edmund A. MacNachtan, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer .... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Deputy-Returning Officers — 

W. H. Floyd 

Edward Farry 

Andrew Black , 

John E. Kennedy 

John Fox 

James B Haig 

T. J. Milligan 

Walter Riddle , 

James Carruthers , 

William Kerr. 

David Robertson 

George Lackville 

R. J. Rutherford 

Henry WHbou 

Thomas Lawlers - 

John L. Boyd 



60 


00 


8 


00 


1 


00 


49 


20 


2 


50 


99 


36 


4 00 


125 00 


14 00 


14 


00 


13 00 


15 00 


15 


00 


14 


00 


14 


30 


16 


30 


13 


50 


14 


20 


17 50 


15 


80 


15 


60 


16 


30 


15 


00 


17 15 



41 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Northumbbrland, West — Concluded. 



Alex. Coffee 

Walter Gilleland. 
Michael Godfrey . 
Charles Gillespie 
John Thackery.. , 
James Roberts .... 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



690 41 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



17 20 


17 20 


18 20 


18 20 


17 30 


17 30 


15 60 


15 60 


16 10 


16 10 


16 30 


16 30 



674 91 

100 00 



574 91 



Northumberland, East. 

Ji hn M. Grover, Returning Officer — 

Personal services as Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery..... 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Building at Nomination and Declaration..., 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

A. N T arB 

J. M. Teesdale 

M. K. Lockwood 

Richard Hewitt 

John Sharpe 

John Clarke 

D. Kennedy. 

T. F. Webb 

A. B Cheffins 

Smith Herriman 

G. L. Duncan 

M. J. Doyle 

G. S. Johnson 

G. A. Smith ■. 

A. A. Becker. . 

T. M. Pearson 

W. D. Easton 

A. C. Siagleton 

H. J. Scripture , 

M. B, Fieldhonse .... 

E S. Sandborn 

Ranson Curtis 

R. P. Hurlburt 

G. U Huyck 

A. O. Huyck 

P. Macoun 

John Rutherford 

Alexander Donald 

James Donald 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 

8 00 
2 00 

81 70 
94 69 

9 89 
2 00 

105 70 



60 00 

8 00 
1 00 

81 70 
86 19 

9 89 

83 80 



15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 40 


15 40 


15 60 


15 60 


11 20 


11 20 


15 35 


15 35 


15 40 


15 40 


15 80 


15 80 


15 70 


15 70 


11 00 


11 00 


16 40 


15 40 


15 70 


15 70 


10 00 


10 00 


15 00 


15 00 


16 8o 


16 80 


17 10 


17 40 


21 00 


19 00 


10 30 


10 30 


15 00 


15 00 


15 40 


15 40 


15 00 


15 00 


16 00 


16 00 


13 70 


13 70 


15 60 


15 60 


14 30 


14 30 


15 00 


15 0O 


16 60 


16 60 



797 63 



762 23 
100 00 



662 23 



42 



Expenses f late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario —Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Ontario. North. 

Nelson G. Re^nc'lds, Returning Officer — 

Personal seivices as Returning Officer. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Attending at recount — Returning Officer.... 

do Election Clerk « 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 

Forming Polling Divisions in Thora, Mara and Rama 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

William Spence , , 

Peter Christie *, 

Robert Harrington 

Richard Lund 

A. E. McCan 

John Christ'e , 

H. Burnham 

W. M. Cochrane .: 

John Foy 

D. Carmichael.. , 

Thos. H. <Uendening 

Murdock Mcl'haden 

hdward Edwards 

Charles Burnham 

Thos. H. Walshe 

George Smith 

J. W. Patterson 

Hugh Bruce 

J. B. Linton 

F. Warren ... 

C E. Hewett 

fl. E. O'Dell 

M. H. Revt-11 

John Waldron 

James McDermott. 

Thomas Fahey 

James E. Walks 

L. P. Mriekney 

A. D, Williams 

John Wideman. , 

E. H. Hilborn 

Thomas Graham , , , 

Edward Major 

J. J. 'iould 

G. B. Miller 

W Nelson 

Geo. Leask 

C. f . Collins 

John J. Taylor . 



Total , 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government., 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 
1 00 

10 00 
6 00 

94 40 

6 00 

79 25 

12 50 

265 80 

5 00 

5 00 

16 00 
14 20 
12 20 
12 00 

11 50 

9 70 
14 00 

12 70 

14 50 

15 40 I 
12 05 

12 80 I 
15 40 

15 50 ! 
11 00 ' 

13 00 | 

8 00 I 

11 40 I 

16 60 I 

13 70 I 

12 60 
16 20 

13 03 

14 40 

15 80 I 
18 00 | 

9 25 J 
12 00 j 
15 00 I 

14 40 . 
18 50 j 
10 00 
10 00 

15 20 
15 60 

9 60 
15 00 
18 60 
14 20 



1,086 98 



$ cts. 



60 


00 


8 00 


1 


00 


5 


00 


3 00 


94 40 


6 00 


65 92 


10 


on 


213 43 


16 


00 


14 


20 


12 


20 


12 


00 


11 


50 


9 


7o 


14 


00 


12 20 


14 


50 


15 40 


12 


05 


12 


80 


15 


40 


15 


50 


11 


00 


13 00 


8 


00 


11 


40 


16 60 


13 


70 


12 


00 


16 20 


13 03 


14 


40 


15 80 


17 80 


9 


26 


12 


00 


15 


00 


14 40 


18 


50 


16 


00 


10 00 


15 


20 


15 


60 


9 


60 


15 


00 


18 60 


14 


20 



1,001 68 
100 00 



901 OS 



43 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Ontario— Continued 




Ontario, South. 



J. Ham Perry, Returning Officer— 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery j 

Makhfg 'up and transmiting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery...! 
Deputy Returning Officers- 
Andrew McKay 

James Liuton 

Calvin Campbell 

David Gilchrist - 

Sylvester M: Kay 

Hector Beaton 

William Major * " 

James Taylor ' 

David Birrell 

Thomas Dunn 

Joseph Monkhouse ., 

John Hamer Orenwood 

George Roberta - • 

R. T. Harrison < "" 

David Burns " 

A. G. Small 

B. Dingle 

George Doidge " 

Laren Fo-ter " 

Hugh Fia.-er 

George T, Hall 

John G. Kelley 

James A. Campbell • 

Jordan Post 

William Mearna 

C.A.Jones ' 

Michael D':llea 

C. W. Smith 

John Bailes - 

J. S. Steele 



Total ;• 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government. 



Ottawa City 

Alexander Ruf ritt, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer. 
Predion Clerk 
do Constable 

Extra s»-i vices of Returning Officer 

<lo Election Clerk 

Vote: id Certificates trtereoi' 

Ballot Boxe3 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Gleaning City Hall 

Deputy Retur.\inz Officers— 

H. J. O'N'eil 

J. P. O'Meara 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


68 15 1 


68 15 


77 73 


77 73 


87 60 


51 30 


5 00 


5 00 


16 20 


16 20 


12 00 


12 00 


12 30 


12 30 


14 80 


14 80 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 70 


15 70 


14 00 


14 00 


15 80 


15 80 


13 00 


13 00 


12 00 


12 00 


15 60 


15 60 


12 00 


12 00 


15 20 


15 20 


15 60 


15 60 


17 00 


17 00 


16 20 


16 20 


12 60 


12 60 


14 00 


14 00 


14 30 


14 30 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


11 00 


11 00 


12 00 


12 00 


15 20 


15 20 


15 00 


15 00 


15 40 


, 15 40 




15 20 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 






8 no 


] 00 


7 50 


2 00 


112 00 


10 25 


142 85 


51 20 


2 00 


8 00 


8 00 



u 



EXPANSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. Paid. 



Ottawa City— Concluded, 



rharles Desjardins 

Frederick Davis... 

John Charles Boyce - 

Gerald F. Brophy , 

Henry C. Monk.... 

J. Bishop 

W. D.Ross 

Christopher Grabura 

A. D. Davis 

G. S. Sutherland ... 

William Rae - 

Joseph L. Olivier.. 

Michael O'Neil. 

Joseph X. Favreau , 

T. G. O. Cote 

James F. Brown \ 

W. A. Jamieson 

Maximo Belanger- 

J H. P. Gibson 

A. Robillard 

A. Pratt ., 

James H. Thompson I 

William Finlay i 

William O'Keefe , , 

Leon David 

Alexander Duff.. 

John Cass 

Chas S. Scott 

Archibald Graham <? 

Mileage, D. R. Officers and Poll Clerks 

Polling places, 31 , 

Screen:?, 15 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 

8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 

8 00 

9 00 
8 00 
8 00 

12 40 

310 00 

45 00 

1,094 80 



$ cts. 

8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 0C 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 

8 00 

9 00 
8 00 
8 00 

12 40 

310 00 

45 00 



1,013 20 

200 00 



813 20 



Oxford, North. 

George Perry, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 


60 00 

8 00 

68 70 
12 00 
78 28 

69 20 
2 00 

10 25 

10 00 

9 00 

11 00 

12 00 
8 50 

12 00 

7 00 

11 00 

14 10 

11 40 

12 40 


60 00 

8 00 

68 30 


Ballot boxes 


12 00 


Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 
Deputv Returning Officers— 

F. Schofield 

W F. Ross 


78 28 

69 20 

2 00 

10 25 

10 00 


D. White 

E. Lakemac , 


9 00 
11 00 


W. Scarff , 


12 00 


James Scarff. 

John Bain „ 


8 5© 

12 08 


D. McAllan 

G. Edgar 

T. F. Miichell 


7 00 
11 00 
14 10 


J. Petiigrew ..., 


11 40 


D. Ba^teao 


12 40 



45 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario— Con tinned 



Constituencies. 



Oxford, North — Concluded. 



Wm. Key 

M. F. Aiuslie. 

D. Cuney 

G. Bretz 

J. Kilborn 

W. McDonald 
E Tree 



D W. McKay 

Alfred Harwood 

Robert Facey . 

John McMullen 

D. R. Calder 

Hugh McDonald 

E. H. Brown 

W. Wtritstone 

Hugh Fraser 

Robert Murray 

Alexander L. Murray. 

James Pelton 

Hugh C, Ross 

John H. Thomas. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



Claimed. 



692 08 



% cts.j 

10 90 ; 

11 70 i 
14 60 
14 00 

8 0') 

12 00 
12 50 
12 60 

12 60 

10 35 

13 00 

12 70 

13 80 

9 10 

14 00 

11 50 

15 70 
13 60 

16 60 
11 00 
15 00 



Paid. 



$ cts. 

10 90 

11 70 
14 60 
14 00 

8 00 

12 00 
12 50 
12 60 

12 60 

10 35 

13 00 

12 70 

13 80 

9 10 

14 00 

11 50 

15 70 
13 60 

16 60 
11 00 
15 00 

691 88 
100 00 

591 88 



Oxford, South. 

James Ingbrsoll, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Priming, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, <fec. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Abraham Hillsdon 

Samuel Allen 

Henry Crotty 

W. W. Griffin 

William McLeod 

O. W. Ferguson 

F. G. Carroll 

R, A. Woodcock 

Isaiah W. Elliott 

George Smith 

John Hodgson 

George Lish 

John Secord 

William S Law 

John Garrett 

Isaac B Smith 

John Cooper 

A. L Wilcox 

James A. Wood 

John Duncan 

SamuelS. Burtis 



60 00 


60 Q*\ 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


67 60 


67 60 


6 75 


6 75 


78 78 


78 78 


2 86 


2 86 


• 55 20 


1 55 20 


15 80 


15 80 


16 20 


16 20 


11 00 


11 00 


15 00 


11 00 


15 00 


11 00 


13 75 


13 50 


15 00 


11 00 


12 70 


11 20 


16 20 


15 20 


10 80 


10 80 


13 60 


13 60 


12 00 


12 00 


16 15 


11 40 


15 00 


14 0O 


9 50 


9 50 


15 00 


15 00 


11 00 


11 00 


10 00 


10 00 


12 00 


12 00 


11 00 


11 00 


16 00 


12 00 



46 



K\pi;\m :a of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario— Continued 



Constituencies. 



Oxford, South — Concluded. 

John W. tfesbitt 

William (J ii 

Frvd J. Clark 

G a oriel Lou nt 

George W. Falconer 

James G Petut 

William Sch -11 

Thomas M Walker 

Charles Mason i 

Enoch Long 



J,otal 

Less amount received from Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 




575 99 



Peel. 

Robert Broddy, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c . - 

Mi) age .... 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery... 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

"John McCuila 

Alex. Armour 

Win. Korsier... 

Geo. Graham ,. 

Thos Holtby, 

Win. Speirs - 

Geo. Buwles 

A. Mcijelland 

D. Liiwrence 

R. C McCollum 

S. Gray, sen 

Wm. Nixon 

N. Harris, n 

Henry Clarkson 

Ed. Taylor 

Chas. V\ ilcox ... 

John Eakins >. - 

F. Birdcall 

J H Folwell 

Geo. Rutledge - 

D. J. McKinnon .. 

Wm. J. Pinney 



60 00 


8 


00 


1 


00 


49 


34 


49 


85 


1 


00 


58 


-JO 


6 00 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



8 00 
13 ' 

13 00 

15 00 

14 10 

11 00 
14 25 l 

16 60 
IG 20 
16 50 

9 40 

14 70 
13 20 

16 20 

15 40 
13 40 

13 20 

14 50 

12 00 
12 80 

17 60 
11 § 



537 64 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

49 34 

49 85 
1 00 

54 80 
6 00 

8 00 
13 00 

13 00 

15 00 

14 10 
14 00 
14 25 

16 60 
16 20 
16 50 

9 40 

14 70 
13 20 

16 20 

15 40 
13 40 

13 20 

14 50 
12 00 
12 80 

17 60 
11 00 



534 04 

100 00 



434 04 



4Y 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 




Claimed. Paid 



Perth, North. 

John Hassie, Returning Officer — 

Persoual Bervices of Returning Officer 

no Election Clerk ... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof .. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advei tiding and stationery 

Mileage •- 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

Thomas Miller 

E Winstanly 

G. J Waugh 

J. Johns 

H Sewell 

C Paicktrt 

R. Myers.. '. 

D Scot;.. 

G. G Ewart 

J. Owen . 

W. Patters m w . 

A.M. Fisher .?. 

J. Patterson 

J. N Ziukman.. 

J. Pearson 

R H. Kelly 

John G. Lett 

Tho< Coren^y ..... 

James Prindible 

W. FeathersUm 

F. Jac< b 

J. D Wbaley 

J W ChHiiners , 

John Watson 

Henry Kreeborn , 

J. O'l.onne 

John !Ste\v«rt 

A. G Campbell 

G. S. Climie. 

R. G. R..b- u 

F. B Hun-worih 

Th"3. FulUuton 

Roht Ulelaad .... 

John Arg > 

George McGill 

HcBeih Green 

J W. Devlm.. 

George Sutherland 

J. R. Hamilton , 

F. Kee 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government.. ... 



$ cts. 



1,03? 72 



$ cts. 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


100 20 


99 30 


8 57 


8 57 


10-2 «5 


102 65 


I'M 30 


84 60 


10 00 


10 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 | 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


14 00 


14 00 


15 00 { 


15 00 


15 00 1 


15 0o 


15 oo*: 


15 00 


15 40 


15 40 


15 80 


15 80 


16 20 


16 20 


17 40 


17 40 


14 90 


14 90 


15 40 


15 40 


14 70 


It 70 


12 80 


12 80 


17 80 


17 80 


16 60 


16 60 


16 60 


16 60 


15 40 


15 40 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


14 80 


14 80 


14 60 


14 60 


18 00 


18 00 


15 40 


15 40 


14 60 


14 60 


16 60 


16 60 


16 80 


16 80 


16 40 


16 40 


18 20 


18 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 40 


15 40 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


13 00 


13 00 


15 00 


15 0i) 


15 00 


15 00 


12 0o 


12 00 



987 12 
100 00 



887 J 2 



48 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario— Continued 



Constituencies. 



Perth, South. 

P. Whelihan, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of eturning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Milenge 

Mnking up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

Wm. Box 

Thus Vlclntyre 

L. Crittenden 

F. D Moore , 

Daniel f*. Rupert 

R. bcrt F Barbour 

Robert Christie 

Hugh Campbell. 

R. H Sarvis 

John Anderson , 

David Brf-th-m.- f... 

jHmes Dinsmore ...... 

William Johnston 

Edw.ird Delmage , 

John L. Kastur 

John McReUar 

William Taylor 

James Clyne 

H. A. Scarth ... 

Dennis O'Leary , 

Luke King 

Timothy Carroll 

James Gillespie 

Ferdinand Ulterick.. 

George Levereage 

James Brown , 

Edmund Sitzer 

Samuel Zurzbigg 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



$ cts 



60 00 

8 00 
1 00 

63 90 

9 
148 82 
108 20 

10 00 

IB 40 
15 40 
15 40 
15 20 
15 40 
15 10 

13 00 
15 00 

14 00 

15 40 

17 00 

15 80 

18 00 

16 60 

16 10 

17 00 

15 60 

16 60 

18 40 

17 80 

19 40 

18 80 
15 00 
17 70 

19 40 

17 20 
19 40 

18 60 

$873 42 



Balance paid by Government. 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 
1 00 

63 90 

9 50 
137 92 

60 40 
10 00 

15 40 
15 40 
15 40 
15 20 
15 40 
15 40 

13 00 
15 00 

14 00 

15 40 

17 00 

15 80 

18 00 

16 60 

16 10 

17 00 

15 60 

16 60 

18 40 

17 80 

19 00 

18 80 
15 00 
17 70 

19 00 

17 20 
19 00 

18 60 

$813 52 
100 00 



$713 52 



Peterborough, East. 

F. W. Haultain, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Cleik 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c... 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

John Wood 

John Stephenson 

Wm Sharp 

W. H. Stephenson 

S. H Dewart 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


65 36 


65 36 


2 25 


2 25 


185 73 


117 13 


8 85 


8 85 


209 95 


202 35 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


13 40 


13 40 


10 50 


10 50 


14 50 


14 50' 



49 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 




Thos. E. Wilde 
W. J. Wi Mellville 
Wm. Anderson 
Sidney Win. Clegg 
Thomas Casement 
Michael Torpey 
Francis Oleam 
James F. McMillan 
Stewart Brown 
Wm. Darliug 
Edward Mcllvener 
Wm. F Darling 
Chas. A. Wastell 
R. S. Garr.a 
Samuel Robson 
Maurice Hartnett 
Alex. Southworth 
J. B. Palmer 
David Brodie 
N. Crowe 
W. C. .Sanders 
S. S. Peck 
William Harris 
Geo. Read 

James M. Drummond 
George Stewart 
E. P. Alunn 
Andrew Brown 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid^b} Government 



$791 74 



Peterborough, West. 

James A. Hall, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c , 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

Wm. Smithson 

Robt. Tair 

Wm. Wood 

Frank Adams 

C. Burton 

Richard Waram 

S. McKibben 

Thos. Telford 

Wm. Helen 

W. G. Thompson 

F. N. Kennin 

C. D. Macdonald 

J. 1). Collins 

W dj. Camming 

F. W. Fairbairn 

J. J. Davidson 

6 b—4: 



60 00 

8 00 

78 00 

112 75 

40 
27 70 

1 00 

14 00 
13 25 

8 20 I 

12 80 ' 

13 00 i 
16 50 

12 60 I 

9 85 ' 

14 00 
14 00 

13 50 
8 00 

12 00 

13 50 

12 00 

13 00 



60 00 

8 00 

78 00 

60 78 

40 
27 70 

1 00 

14 00 
13 25 

8 20 

12 80 

13 00 
16 50 

12 60 

9 85 

14 00 
14 00 

13 50 
8 00 

12 00 

13 50 

12 00 

13 00 



50 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons -Ontario — Continued 



< 'onatituenciea. 



Peterborough, West— Concluded, 



F. E. Bell. 
Wm. Lee . 



Total 

Less from two Candidates. 




Balance pai 1 by Government. 



515 f.5 



Paid. 



$ eta, 

13 50 
14" 00 

463 58 
100 00 

363 58 



Prikob Edward. 

Jamks Gillespie, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Ejection (Jlerk 

do Constable 

V iters' Lists and Oertifh-ates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postage, telegram?, express charges, Ac. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

W. J. Osborne , 

R. \\ . Herman.... 

E. T. (base 

R. J »)>bv»rne 

Francis Atkin , 

Wm. Smeaton 

John I'wigsf 

Robert oyle 

Alva S. Carson 

Melbourne Wright 

F. Dodge... 

h. J M maker 

Richard Cobb 

Alva Scat 

S 1). (Jrandall 

Ha ivy Spaffrl 

Stewart Wilson, jun 

R A.Normn 

John W. Hyatt 

Thos H. Morgan 

David monger . 

John H. O.-borne 

Peter Wood 

R. B. Mastin 

Tnos. Moore 

Ira B Barton 

Benjamin C. Ainsworth 

Richanl Noxon 

Janvs Jacques 

Jame3 Benson 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



80^ 69 



60 00 

8 0') 

1 00 

77 5 

113 11 

I '26 

108 60 

15 10 
H 00 
13 19 
12 I'O 
15 (0 

12 00 
15 00 

13 00 
15 30 
1M 40 
17 80 

15 7 i 
17 00 
17 ^0 

16 80 

15 40 

14 20 
14 20 
is 80 

16 60 

14 80 
12 00 

15 00 

17 20 

12 00 

13 tO 
12 60 
17 20 
12 80 

8 00 



60 00 

8 00 

I 00 

72 28 

89 72 

1 25 

108 60 

15 10 
13 00 
13 19 
12 00 
15 00 

12 00 
15 00 

13 00 

15 30 

16 50 

17 80 

15 70 
17 00 
17 40 

16 80 

14 65 
14 20 

14 20 

15 80 
14 35 

14 80 
12 00 

15 00 

17 20 

12 00 

13 60 

12 60 

13 20 
12 80 

8 00 



770 04 
100 00 



670 04 



51 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Ontario— Continued 



Constituencies. 



Prescott. 

Jambs P. Wklls, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of ! <«*t irning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists ami C rtiricites taereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

A'ilengH. 

Maki g up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy Keturning i 'fficers — 

james Canible., 

James Ste« le.. ■ 

Paul Labro.-se... 

M iriin Leroy 

Michael Mar. ly 

Peter tf. McLaurin.. 

John Miield< 

Thomas Higgmson 

fiviwnrn Smith 

, E A. Johnston 

ThmasO. Steele 

John I) Paltee 

J hn li. Kmwtirigg j 

U. A. Higrginson ! 

J, hn \1. Kusker .. j 

John McGauvr'au .-. | 

Jonathan Cr< 88 .... } 

John Downing | 

J..hn \. MoLe.ai .... I 

John Hill 

Alexander McLean 

A'i lphe Clavette 

V. Lhif.rd,. 

W. A Chamberlain 

Juhn L^mb 




Total 

Le?s amount paid by Candidates 



Balance paid by Government. 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



60 00 


60 00 


8 0<> 


8 00 


1 0<> 


1 00 


30 76 


30 76 


60 7o 


60 70 


58 -10 


58 40 


8 00 


8 00 


11 co 


11 00 


11 40 


11 40 


9 On 


9 00 


11 SO 


11 80 


16 30 


15 30 


8 00 


8 00 


10 6o 


10 60 


10 (0 


15 00 


8 ('0 


8 00 


9 50 


9 50 


13 10 


13 10 


12 -'0 


1' 20 


12 00 


12 00 


18 00 


18 00 


14 8o 


14 80 


12 20 


Is 20 


10 30 


10 30 


10 80 


10 80 


15 40 


15 40 


12 00 


12 00 


9 50 


9 50 


16 30 


16 30 


8 50 


8 50 


14 60 


14 60 


14 40 


14 40 


530 56 


530 56 




150 00 



380 56 



Renfrew, North. 



Jambs Morris, Returning Officer — 

Persoual services of Kei orning Officer. 

do El ction Clerk 

do « onstable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof... 

Mileage ... . 

Prin in pr, Advertising and Stationery- 
Deputy Uet.. ruing Officers— 

K bert Hill ... 

Ge rge Marshall 

Alexander McLaren 

Patrick Daley 

Ahel tfeach. -. 

William Wright 

Joseph Keyrs 

Thomas Ohilderhouse 

Robert Cob irn 

D. C. Chamberlain 

A. J Kortier. 

F. E. Fortier.. 

6 6— li- 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


30 73 


25 93 


21 40 


121 40 


75 98 


75 98 


11 P0 


11 80 


17 00 


17 00 


10 40 


10 40 


19 0() 


19 00 


11 00 


11 00 


17 ^0 


17 20 


14 00 


14 60 


21 00 


19 oo 


16 00 


16 00 


16 oo 


15 00 


10 50 


10 50 


15 00 


15 00 



52 



EPPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Renfrew, North — Concluded. 



Thomas Lett.. ...., 

Edward Leach 

Joseph Kennedy.. 
James Dempster... 
Edmund Bennett. 
George T. Burke. 
Malcolm McPhee. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 

17 40 
16 80 

16 20 

15 20 
19 00 

17 50 

16 60 



594 31 



Paid. 



% cts, 

17 40 
16 80 

16 20 

15 20 
19 00 

17 50 

16 60 



587 51 
100 00 



487 51 



Renfrew, South. 

A. Irving, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer .... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage , 

Deputy-Returning Officers — 

J. D. McNab 

Patrick Gorman 

Alex. Brown 

Robert Carss 

James Bell , 

Andrew Taylor 

Martin Sheedy 

John Whelan 

John A Hickey , 

James Cairney .»... 

Cornelius O'Grady 

George Early, jun 

Thomas Clark. 

Andrew Hamilton 

W. F. McCreany 

Robert Drysdale ... r 

Simon O'Gorman 

Thomas Costello 

William Halpenny 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government ..-4.. 



60 00 

8 00 
2 00 

27 20 

71 85 

50 

128 00 

14 30 

16 50 
12 00 

15 00 

9 75 
11 40 

17 50 

11 20 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

9 60 

15 80 

12 10 
12 60 

11 00 

15 00 

16 40 

12 00 



554 70 



60 00 

8 00 
1 00 

22 10 

71 85 

50 

125 80 

13 00 

15 20 

12 00 

15 00 

9 75 
11 40 
17 50 

11 20 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

9 60 
15 80 

12 10 
12 60 

11 00 

15 00 

16 40 

12 00 



543 80 
100 00 



443 80 



Russell. 

Jambs Keays, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer ... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


55 86 


55 86 


71 00 


71 00 


2 00 





53 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Russell— Concluded. 



Mileage..... 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery... 
Deputy- Returning Officers — 

James Lafrance 

Richard Chatrand ~ 

Alfred Hill 

John D.Wilson 

Launcelot Jackson - 

Edward Turnbull 

Wm. Loux 

Wm McKeown 

James McCaul 

Joachim Miron 

Alex. McCaul 

Thomas Tubman 

Thomas Evans 

John C. Bower.. 

Thomas McEvoy 

John Kennedy , 

Archibald Carson > 

Peter Talbot 

Wm. J. Marlin 

Joshua Hardy , 

William Gray 

John E. Lowrie 

Henry Cowan ~ 

David Gamble 

Joseph Baskerville... 

Glenholme Garrett 

H. Marlin 

James Graham , 



Claimed. 



% cts. 

120 00 
10 00 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



791 91 



Paid, 



$ cts, 

63 00 
10 00 



23 20 


12 00 


14 00 


14 00 


15 00 


15 00 


8 85 


8 85 


14 20 


10 20 


16 00 


16 00 


14 00 


14 00 


22 00 


18 00 


12 70 


12 70 


11 80 


11 8© 


15 20 


15 20 


11 CO 


11 00 


11 00 


11 00 


17 00 


15 00 


14 40 


14 40 


11 70 


11 70 


19 40 


19 00 


21 60 


19 00 


20 00 


14 00 


18 00 


12 40 


13 00 


9 00 


19 00 


19 00 


13 30 


13 30 


21 40 


12 40 


20 90 


14 40 


18 60 


12 60 


21 00 


19 00 


25 80 


15 00 



658 81 
100 00 



558 81 






Russell — Special. 

James Keays, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery- 
Heating Town Hall 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 



Balance paid by Government. 



40 00 

4 00 
10 00 
29 90 

5 00 
2 00 



90 90 



40 00 

4 00 

10 00 

27 00 



81 00 
50 00 



31 00 



Simcoe, North. 

T. D. McConkey, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Attending at recount — Returning Officer 
do Election Clerk... 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


15 00 


15 00 


6 00 


6 00 



54 



EXPKKSI s of late Elections for House of Commons— On I ario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Simcok, North — Concluded. 

Voteis' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Miloage , 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Phillip Marvin ... 

A. R. Bingham 

Henry Bird. „.. 

Alex. McKenzie 

George Plaxton 

M. fid. (Jleland 

Arthur Bligh 

J. F. Alathewson 

G H. Lawrence 

J. H. Muith 

Theo Earl 

John O'Connell 

Thos Mncham 

Alex. Hyslop 

W. Boyle 

Thos. K< binson , 

Donald Blair 

Mr. Campbell 

Angus Bell. 

W. A. Furlong 

Patrick Loftus 

William Harvey I 

Robert H. Piatt 

Matbew Lawson., 

John Darby , ... 

George E. Sueath 

John Morten 

W J Keating , 

William Lumnis , 

Tlu mas Wynne 

Eusebe Duquette , 

Alex. Patterson , 

Charles Ross 

Samuel Widdies 

Walter L. Carter 

Angus McKay 

Wiliiam Todd.. 

Cbas Grant , 

A. Fowlie 

Wm. Joyce 

Thomas McKaugher 

Thomas Kitchen -. 

E. J Ritchey. 

Thos. S. McLeod 

Mnrniaduke Harper 

George Tudhope 

G. B. Ormsby 

James Greenlaw 

William Murray 

William Wilson 

Francis Barr 

George Sueath . . 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



132 40 


132 60 


43 70 


43 70 


125 36 


125 36 


7 83 


4 32 


150 40 


150 20 


16 00 


16 00 


15 00 


15 00 


16 00 


16 0O 


16 00 


16 00 


12 50 


12 50 


15 20 


15 20 


10 00 


10 00 


15 70 


15 70 


15 00 


15 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


12 00 


12 00 


14 80 


14 80 


14 80 


14 80 


13 20 


13 20 


18 25 


18 25 


12 60 


12 50 


14 40 


14 40 


14 40 


14 40 


15 00 


15 00 


16 10 


, 16 10 


14 10 


14 10 


15 20 


15 20 


19 00 


19 00 


13 90 


13 90 


17 80 


17 80 


12 10 


12 10 


15 00 


15 00 


13 00 


13 00 


14 30 


14 30 


12 20 


12 20 


10 00 


10 00 


15 20 


15 20 


11 40 


9 60 


15 40 


15 40 


8 50 


8 50 


14 00 


14 00 


10 00 


10 00 


15 30 


15 30 


15 10 


15 10 


15 00 


15 00 


18 30 


17 50 


11 10 


11 10 


16 10 


16 10 


13 20 


13 20 


9 20 


9 20 


16 00 


16 00 


12 50 


12 50 


17 60 


17 60 


13 60 


13 60 


15 00 


15 00 


15 CO 


15 50 


1,280 14 


1,273 03 




100 00 



1.173 03 



55 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 







Simcok, South. 

Thomas Machonchy, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists, and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes „ , 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage — 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Samuel Driffall 

R. Stewart 

J. D. Booth 

¥. D Fraser 

G. Evans 

J. Wilson 

F. Ait kins 

H. Stone 

W H. Dixon 

S. H. Washburn 

G Din wood j 

J. Alleu 

Alfred Wilson 

Thomas Scott 

Chas Polliug 

J. Gordon 

H. McCookey 

F. W. Hewson , 

R McKee 

R T Banting 

Thoimt 3 Herring 

A] x. F. (Jo per 

H Pettigrew 

J. Reed 

M. Colquhoun I 

H. Graham 

J. I.amont j 

J. Hood ,..• 

J. 0. Hart 

W. Wright 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



773 96 



Paid. 



cts. 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


75 00 


75 00 


12 65 


8 00 


65 17 


65 17 


5 19 


5 19 


2 00 


2 00 


91 30 


80 85 


9 00 


9 00 


8 0" 


8 00 


17 80 


17 80 


14 60 


14 60 


13 70 


13 70 


14 80 


14 80 


16 00 


16 00 


9 -0 


9 20 


15 CO 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


16 60 


16 60 


14 20 


14 20 


16 i0 


16 20 


16 40 


16 40 


18 30 


16 60 


18 50 


17 00 


14 00 


14 40 


12 00 


12 00 


16 00 


16 00 


21 10 


16 60 


12 90 


12 90 


13 00 


13 00 


14 9U 


14 90 


21 00 


18 00 


17 95 


15 20 


16 30 


16 30 


16 60 


16 60 


14 60 


14 60 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 



745 81 
100 00 



645 81 



Stokmont. 

D. E. McIntyue, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certilicates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery. 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage , 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Keturning Officers — 

Francis Uawson 

Eraucis Anderson 

John J Shaver 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


40 30 


40 30 


57 45 


57 i r > 


4 00 


4 00 


R:> 20 


89 20 


:> 1 


5 00 


17 20 


17 20 


20 00 


19 0O 


17 20 


17 20 



56 



I ffSBS of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 




Stormont— Concluded. 



Janes Barton 

Alexander McNaughton. 

Gordon Bush 

Jonah Coulthart 

Angus Gillies 

David [rvin 

J^neas McDonald 

John A Cockburu 

Dunoan McAuley 

Alexender Fraser , 

Hugh McDainnid 

Donald Mcintosh 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government .... 



cte, 

17 50 

15 00 
10 00 
19 00 
17 10 

16 20 
19 00 
19 00 

16 70 

17 40 
19 00 

18 50 



531 75 



cts. 

17 50 

15 00 
19 00 
19 00 
17 10 

16 20 
19 00 
19 00 

16 70 

17 40 
19 00 

18 50 



530 75 
100 00 



430 75 



M. Shephard. 

A. Suttaford 

W. T. English.. 

H. Bolster , 

W. G. Eakins .., 

John Webb 

George Griffith 

T. A. Fair 

T. C. Moffatt .... 
F. M McDougal 

J. Y. Varcoe 

Fred'k Wilson.., 

P. S. Ross 

T. W. Ferrell .... 



60 00 

8 00 

15 00 

182 70 

135 70 

3 75 

10 00 

126 00 

335 00 



R. G. Barrett, jun 

Jas. Ross 

James Crowther, jun. 
1. W. Hetherington 



60 00 
8 00 



109 90 
135 70 
3 75 
10 00 
115 50 
335 00 



Toronto, West. 

C, Lindsay, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Legal services 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing and stationery , 

Postages, &c ; 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 

Selecting and fitting up 42 Polling Stations 

Rent of 42 Polling Stations 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

A. Dixon , 

A. Collier ,.... 

W. J. Read 

W. H. Bath 

E. L. Read ,.... 

H J. Wicham 

H. E. Morphy 

W. B, Higgins. ..- 

G. H. Wyatt. 

John Broadwood 

R. M. Ross . 

E. D. Woodcook , 

Wm, R. Chayter 



8 50 


8 50 


9 10 


9 10 


8 80 


8 80 


8 60 


8 60 


8 40 


8 40 


9 00 


9 00 


8 60 


8 60 


8 40 


8 40 


7 00 


7 00 


9 00 


9 00 


8 00 


8 00 


9 00 


9 00 


8 00 


8 CO 


9 00 


9 00 


9 20 


9 20 


8 70 


8 70 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


9 00 


9 00 


8 00 


8 00 


9 00 


9 00 


8 30 


8 30 


8 00 


8 00 


8 80 


8 80 


8 60 


8 60 


8 40 


8 40 


9 00 


9 00 


9 00 


9 00 


8 40 


8 40 


8 70 


8 70 



5*7 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Toronto, West — Concluded. 



R. J. Score 

J. T. Jones , 

James Browne .... 

H. B. Manley 

Jos. Lawson 

Root. Robinson . 
Wm. N". Cooper .. 

V* . J. Coates 

Alex'r Ronald .... 

J. G. Denison 

G. G. S. Lindsay 



Claimed. 



Total 

Less amount paid bj Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



Toronto, Centre. 

•^red. W. Jarvis, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk , 

d.*» Constable 

Extra do Returning Officer .-. 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage , 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery ..J 

Selecting and fitting up polling places 

Rent of 30 polling places , 

Deputy Returning Officer— 

W. E. Hodgins 

T. E. Moberly 

R. Manle 

B. R. Clarkson 

Henry W. Eddis 

Wm. B. Nichol 

B. E. Bull 

J. B. Tyrell 

Robert Hodge 

K. H. E. Eddie 

David Henderson 

John Creighton 

E. Coatsworth, jun 

Walter Barwick .... 

E. Taylor English 

Trievelyan Ridout. 

William A. Orr j 

S. Eloper Crickmore | 

John B. Rankin 

Frank E. Hodgins , 

James fi. Lees 

Thomas S. Jarvis 

J. H. Scott 

Wm. B. Northup 

T. T. Rolph 

W. II. Reade 

Thomas P. Gait 

George W. Grote 



$ cts. 

8 00 

8 00 

9 00 

8 00 

9 00 
9 20 
9 00 

8 80 

9 00 
8 00 
8 50 



1,235 15 



Paid. 



$ ct2. 

8 00 

8 00 

9 00 

8 00 

9 00 
9 20 
9 00 

8 80 

9 00 
8 09 
8 50 



1,136 85 
100 00 



1,036 85 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


44 00 


10 00 


82 90 


82 90 


68 11 


68 11 


4 55 


4 55 


1 86 


1 86 


90 00 


90 00 


300 00 


300 00 


8 40 


8 40 


8 60 


8 60 


8 50 


8 50 


8 70 


8 70 


8 60 


8 60 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


12 no 


12 00 


8 60 


8 60 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 00 


8 40 


8 40 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 80 


8 80 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 60 


8 60 


8 10 ] 


8 10 


8 50 


8 50 


9 00 


9 00 


9 00 


9 00 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 , 


8 50 


8 50 1 


8 50 


H 50 , 


8 50 


7 50 


7 50 


9 00 


'.) 00 



58 



EXPENSES of late Kl^ctious for House of Commons— Ontario— Continued 



Constituencies. 


Claimed. 


Paid. 


Toronto, Chntrk— Concluded. 
Edward 0. Brown „ 


$ eta. 

7 50 

8 80 


* cts. 
7 50 


P. H. Drayton 


8 80 


Total 


919 02 


884 52 


Less amount paid by Candidates 


100 00 




784 52 









Toronto, East. 

W. T. O'RiELLY, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

H"il(!ingat Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 

Rent of 31 polling places 

Furniture, screens, &c, for polling places 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

31 Deputy Returning Officers ; names not given, at $4 each 

Swearing 31 Poll Clerks, at $1 each 

Services, 31 do $2 do 

do 31 Constables 

Mileage in certain cases 

Swearing 31 Deputy Returning Officers after close of poll 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


I 00 


148 75 


81 05 


84.47 


84 47 


4 00 


4 00 


14 50 


10 50 


40 00 


10 00 


310 00 


310 00 


93 00 


93 00 


124 00 


124 00 


31 00 


31 00 


62 00 


62 00 


31 00 


31 00 


15 50 


15 50 


3 10 


3 10 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



1,030 32 



928 62 
100 00 



828 62 



Victoria, South. 

H. Dunsford, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, t h grain-, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration.. 

Mileage , 

Deputy Keturning Officers — 

John Rubridge 

H. B. Dean 

Thus. 0. Patrick - 

Thos. Stewart 

David H Uooper 

Thos. Kains 

J. B. Knowl-oi 

J. U Rodden 

Donald Campbell - 

John Q-. Ford 

Johu Broad. 

John F. Cumraings 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


79 60 


79 60 


72 16 


72 16 


3 60 


2 50 


4 00 


4 00 


75 00 


75 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 20 


15 20 


15 00 


15 00 


14 80 


14 80 


18 10 


18 10 


12 10 


12 10 


11 00 


11 00 



59 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Ontario - Co n tinned 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Victoria, South— Co ncluded. 



John McLean 

George Brown , 

Wm. B. Beacham .... 

John Elliott 

Robert English 

C. Knowlson 

J. G. Edwards 

Wm. Deritt 

Alex McKillen 

Thos. Ellis 

Irvine Junkin 

William Graham.... 
J. E. Cunningham. 

John Custin 

Jeremiah O'Leary... 

G. H. Hopkins 

James Pyke 

J. C. Campbell 

R. Grandy 

John Hartley 



$ cts. 

14 20 

15 60 
15 50 
15 20 
17 00 
15 00 

12 00 

13 65 

13 40 

14 40 
17 60 

15 00 
17 80 

16 80 
11 80 
15 40 

17 00 

18 60 
13 00 
13 00 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Ba-lance paid by Government — 



781 41 



Victoria, North. 

George Kkmpt, Returning: Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' List and Certificates thereof. , 

Printing, advertising and stationery , 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Alakiig up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

G. W. Miller 

Duncan Campbell 

Micha«l O'Neil 

Andrew Morrison 

John Cameron 

H. J. Lytle 

James Angus 

J>'ines Walker 

Geo. Cunningham. 

Daniel Staple 

George Kellett - 

John Welsh. 

Richard H. Peel 

Wm. 8. Dawson 

H. Graham 

James Cameron 

Havilah Davis 



60 00 
8 00 

1 (0 
3: 50 
46 65 

4 00 
135 30 

2 00 



$ cts. 

14 20 

15 60 
15 50 
15 20 
17 00 
15 00 

12 00 

13 65 

13 40 

14 40 
17 60 

15 00 
17 80 

16 80 
11 80 
15 40 

17 00 

18 60 
13 00 
13 00 

780 4! 
100 00 

680 41 



60 00 
8 00 

1 00 
38 50 
46 65 

4 00 
130 10 

2 00 



15 00 


L5 00 


15 80 


15 80 


15 60 


15 60 


18 50 


18 50 


16 9'» 


16 90 


17 00 


17 00 




14 70 


1 CO 


12 00 


1 I on 


14 60 


18 40 


18 40 


17 00 


17 oo 


17 20 


17 20 


16 40 


16 40 


16 oo 


16 00 


13 00 


13 00 


14 00 




15 07 


15 07 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 






Balance paid by Government 




457 12 



60 



Expenses ol late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Waterloo, North. 

Gboruk Davidson, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Extra services of Returning Officer at Declaration, 
do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof ..... 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage , 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

If. Elry 

J. Oberhaltzer , 

J. McDougall 

F. P. Gassion 

J D Bowman 

R. Morrison , 

J. Affbolder... 

J.B. Boyd 

J. R. Strauss 

R. Y. Fish , 

J. Zoger, jun 

J, L. VViedman 

P. Winger ,.... 

C. Hendry 

J. Nicbol 

J. Togie 

Thomas Tilt , 

William Tilt 

Edward Halton , 

George Davidson, jun , 

Henry Neife 



Claimed. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



Paid. 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


8 00 




4 00 
76 27 




71 02 


12 00 


12 00 


65 69 


65 59 


8 00 


8 00 


113 60 


100 80 


16 60 


16 60 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


14 00 


14 00 


14 30 


14 30 


8 00 


8 00 


15 00 


15 00 


12 00 


11 00 


13 00 


13 00 


12 00 


12 00 


9 80 


9 80 


14 00 


14 00 


8 00 


8 00 


12 00 


12 00 


16 00 


16 00 


13 00 


13,00 


15 60 


15 60 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 



639 76 



Waterloo, South. 

D. McDougall, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery j 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c I 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage « 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

J. E. Stanton , 

George Tilt 

John VV. Martin 

Moses Moyers 

R. C. Tyes 

J. W. Clemens 

S. P. Bowmans 

Henry Lierschs 

J. W. Banmann - , 

Henry Forler 



60 00 


8 


00 


1 


00 


80 


71 


70 60 


10 


18 


4 00 


162 


60 


17 00 


16 


00 


16 


40 


15 80 


16 45 


15 


00 


17 


00 


• 12 


85 


19 


20 


15 


00 



61 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Waterloo, South — Concluded. 



$ cts. 



John R. McKenzie 

Thomas Marshall 

James G. Watson... . 

William Wyllie 

E. W. Detiviler 

James L. Blain 

William Coutts 

J. G. Dykes 

Alexander Young 

James Dalglish — 

John McFeiggans 

Andrew Malcolm 

Otto J. Klotz 

William A. Husband. 

Jacob Seyler.. 

A. J. Brewster 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



773 34 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



16 20 


16 20 


15 85 


15 85 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


13 00 


15 40 


15 40 


13 00 


13 00 


14 00 


14 00 


10 00 


10 00 


16 20 


16 20 


9 00 


9 00 


15 0Q 


15 00 


11 00 


11 00 


13 40 


13 40 


11 00 


11 00 


13 00 


13 00 


16 50 


16 50 



672 04 



Wblland. 

Robert Hobson, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer.... . 

do Election Clerk. , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officers— 

P. H. Hendershot 

William Thompson 

Levi Sherk 

James E. Morin 

Alexander Reid 

Geo. A. Morton 

Fred. Hoffmeyer 

Daniel Near 

Stephen Moore 

Percival Prest 

John A. Orchard • > 

George J. Duncan \ 

Phillip 8. Mussen ; 

C. B. Bermell 

A. B. Kinsman 

John Smith 

William Hill 1 

John Coulson : 

J. Robinson I 

Geo. W. Glynn \ 

Samuel J. Hopkins j 

Geo. W Wright I 

James Munro I 

George McArthur 

F. Lampman ~ ! 

W. T- Fb>h 

E. R. Hillima 

R. A. Campbell - 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


70 50 


70 50 


64 67 


64 67 


3 00 


3 00 


95 00 


69 20 


1 00 


1 00 


12 10 


12 10 


12 80 


12 80 


13 60 


13 60 


11 40 


11 40 


12 40 


12 40 


14 00 


14 00 


15 20 


15 20 


15 60 


15 60 


17 00 


17 00 


12 75 


12 75 


12 00 


12 00 


12 80 


12 80 


14 00 


14 00 


16 00 


16 00 


15 40 


15 40 


10 27 


10 27 


14 00 


14 00 


14 00 


14 00 


10 50 


10 50 


15 50 


15 50 


12 00 


12 00 


13 00 


L3 00 


17 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


16 00 


15 00 


11 00 


11 00 


10 25 


10 25 


14 00 


14 00 



62 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Welland — Concluded. 



$ cts.l 



$ cts. 



J. D Strawn 

A. M. McDonald.. 
Wni. Greeuwood. 



Total 

Less amount paid byiCandidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



14 <»0 
9 00 1 
12 00 ' 


14 00 

9 00 

12 00 


$715 74 


$687 94 
100 00 



$587 94 



Wellington, North. 

Jo«* Anderson, Returning: Officer — 

Personal services uf Rf turning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates there- f. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, » xpress charges, &c 

Wile:, ere 

Miking up «nd transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

Geo Hung >u 

"Wm Gushing 

J. K McLe m 

D.»mld Kruwn... 

W Hayes 

John McLean 

R. Bowsfielrj 

J. A . JSpence 

F G. Dunbar 

Alex. Crighton 

O Pierce 

W. O-burn 

E Colbeck 

Thos Korster 

R H,.y 

E Dynes 

Peter Doyle 

W H Lowes 

8. North 

J >hn rfwingston 

K. C K Saunderg 

Elliott I'ruelove 

Wal'er Cairns 

W. VV. White 

J. D. Allan 

D. MacDonald 

R. Haig 

J. Hot son 

W. Baltour 

J. McLean 

James Shields 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 







60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


I 00 


81 50 


81 50 


2 90 


2 90 


97 8". 


85 60 


6 00 


5 01 


J 50 o0 


111 00 


9 50 


9 50 


16 60 


1« 60 


14 50 


14 50 


16 20 


16 20 


16 00 


16 00 


16 55 


13 55 


15 60 


15 60 


17 00 


17 00 


19 00 


16 00 


15 70 


15 70 


16 SO 


16 SO 


16 00 


16 00 


15 0) 


14 00 


15 00 


15 00 


1« 00 


16 00 


13 20 


13 20 


15 40 


15 40 


11 50 


11 50 


15 40 


13 65 


15 00 


15 00 


15 20 


15 20 


15 40 


13 40 


17 40 


17 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


14 00 


14 00 


15 00 


i 15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


10 00 


10 00 


15 40 


15 40 


14 00 


14 00 


15 00 


1 15 00 



890 40 



8 J7 41 
100 00 

727 41 



63 



Expenses of Into Elections for House of Commons— Ontario— Continued 



Constituencies. 






Wellington, South. 

Hon. P. Gow, Returning Officer — 

Personal services uf Returning Officer.. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable .. 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advenising and stationery , 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c . .. 

Mileage . 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

L». Robi rtsoQ 

G. Selwu.d 

J H. Reid 

Donald McMurchy 

Wtn Tyler . -. 

Henry Strange 

John A. Davidson 

Wiiliam Kea .' 

Janie? Mitchell 

Jo>e|»h MimuiHck 

Thomas H. Taylor 

M. Harvey 

Daniel Kribs 

Charles Cottis 

G«-oige J. Knl Is 

Edwin H'-w.ou 

John Hutton .- 

Richard Ainloy • -.., 

\\ M Mann 

A. McOorkindan 

W. P. Clarke 

H J. Sanders 

James Caulfield .. 

James McLe«n , 

L*-wis Ferguson 

James Anderson 



Claimed 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts 



60 00 
8 (0 

1 00 
52 20 
77 41 

4 40 
149 90 

2 50 

16 40 
16 30 
13 60 
11 50 
13 00 
15 40 
15 20 
11 80 
15 00 

11 00 
15 00 

8 00 

13 00 
15 00 

14 50 

12 00 

15 00 
15 00 

13 CO 
15 60 

15 40 

16 20 
13 o0 
lo 00 
13 50 
15 40 



714 21 



Paid. 



S cte. 



60 00 
8 00 

1 00 
52 20 
77 41 

4 40 
149 90 

2 50 

16 40 
16 30 
13 60 
11 50 

:3 oo 

15 40 
15 20 
11 80 
15 00 

11 00 
15 00 

8 00 

13 00 
15 00 

14 50 

12 00 

15 00 
15 00 

13 00 
15 60 

15 40 

16 20 
13 00 
10 00 
13 50 
15 40 



714 21 
lt-0 00 



614 21 



Wellington Centkb. 



J. P. Macmillan, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Electi n Clerk 

do Constable .. 

Extra do Returning Officer... 

Attending at recount— Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk .... 

do Expenses 

Legal services 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

P.-stages, telegiams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

Wra. Bye 

James L. Halloy 

James McQueen 



60 00 

•2 (10 
28 no 
50 00 
20 00 
23 35 
20 (■() 
67 80 
57 .V) 
85 46 
25 00 
228 40 

15 20 

16 20 
14 20 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 



20 00 
10 00 
10 35 



67 




45 


50 


78 71 


16 00 


141 


80 


15 20 


16 


20 


14 


20 



64 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Wellington, Centrh— Concluded. 



Peter Dow ... 

John Muir 

James Ross 

Andrew Semple 

Samuel Nolan , 

Herman Pattullo 

Harvey Cull 

William Gibson 

Andrew Lightbodv 

Alexander Dyce 

Alexander J. Anderson 

Jos. J. Webster 

Richard Mortimer 

William Daniels 

Thomas W. Thompson... 

William Ross 

Edward Burns 

A. McBride 

Frederick S Proctor 

Magnus Henderson 

William Watson 

William Close .. 

William Smith 

James Harcourt 

Edward McOaon 

Robert Cromer 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 



Total 

Less from two Candidates. 



13 70 


13 70 


13 20 


12 


00 


12 


60 


13 


10 1 


12 80 


15 


20 


15 


80 


1G 


50 


15 00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


15 00 


12 


00 


13 


75 


11 


00 


lfl 


00 


12 


60 


10 


40 


19 


50 


14 60 


20 00 


18 


20 


15 


30 


15 90 



Balance paid by Government 



1,103 96 



Wentworth. North. 



J. H. 



Grier, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer,... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable ... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes and locks, $1.95 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy-Returning Officers — 

O. Neff 

Jacob P. Jones... . 

Alfred Jones . 

John C. McNevin 

Reuben Sparks ... 

John Bremner. 

Edwin Woodhouse 

W. McDonald 

Richard Banman 

P. Freel , 

James Ryan 

Robert McQueen 

James McMeeking 

J. G. Cochrane 

Joseph Snusdell - .... 



60 00 


8 00 


1 00 


42 50 


6 45 


70 17 


3 00 


55 00 


13 80 


12 80 


15 80 


13 50 


16 20 


10 80 


9 00 


9 30 


13 60 



17 00 | 
16 40 
8 80 
14 00 
10 50 
16 00 



Expenses of late Elections for House ot Commons— Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Wejjtworth, North— Concluded, 



Mountain Poll., 
Foundry do . 
No. 6, Beverly 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 

12 50 
12 50 
10 50 



479 12 



Paid. 



$ cts. 

12 50 
12 50 
10 50 



474 62 
100 00 



374 62 



Went worth, South. 

A. McKellar, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer .. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Building at Nomination and Declaration... 

Mileage 

Deputy-Returning Officers- 
Ransom R. Smith 

Wm. M. Orr 

James A. Davis 

Wm. Ptolemy 

G. M Shaw 

Wellington Shaw 

Thomas Choate , 

S. M. Smith 

Peter G. Depew 

Geo. M. Comb 

Amos Burkholder 

Robert D. Bensley 

Obed Howell 

Daniel Shaver 

John Heslop 

John J. Bowman 

John Walker 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid'by'Government 



60 no 

8 00 

1 00 I 
41 51 I 
80 79 

3 12 I 

4 0O 
55 00 

16 90 
13 80 
10 80 

9 95 
15 60 

13 30 

15 95 

16 00 
15 00 
15 80 
15 50 

15 70 
12 00 

14 50 

16 05 
U 00 
12 55 

496 82 



60 00 

8 00 
1 00 

41 51 
80 79 

3 12 

4 00 
41 60 

16 90 
13 80 
10 SO 

9 95 
15 60 

13 30 

15 95 

16 00 
15 00 
15 80 
15 50 

15 70 
12 00 

14 50 

16 05 
14 00 
12 55 

483 42 
Kid 00 

383 42 



York." North. 



J. J. 



Pearson, Returning Officer — 

Per3onal,Sei vices of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Attending at re-count Returning Officer 

Voter=' Lists and Certificates of. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

John Leigli 

John Blfti k 

Joseph Wood 

Reuben Jud'i 

5 &— 5 



80 00 


80 00 


8 00 


8 00 


25 90 


25 'JO 


To 70 


70 70 


87 36 


87 36 


8 63 


8 63 


86 30 


75 30 


•J 22 


2 '12 


L5 60 


15 60 




L5 80 


16 80 


L6 80 


15 00 


15 00 



66 



EXPENSES of late Elections Fur House of Commons — Ontario — Continued 



Constituencies. 



York, North— Concluded. 



N. J. A rmstrong. 

r. . S, Pearson 

M. J O'Neill 

J. H. Gyson 

Jared Lloyd 

William Young. . 

Philip Jones 

J. W. Collins 

Nelson May 

Walter Playter... 

P>. F. Irwin 

J. T. Stokes 

J. H. Aylward ... 
J. A. Ramsden.... 

John Quille 

James Corrieson., 

W. B. Terry 

H. Draper ... 

M. H. Silver ....... 

P. McClellan 

Geo. Johnson 

E. Hughes 

D. Lloyd 

S. H. Lundy 

J. E. McNally 

Thos. Sheppard.. 
John Urquhart.... 



Claimed. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government, 



York, East. 

Samuel Wickson, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk- 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes < 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Building at Nomination nnrt Declaration 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery . 
Deputy-Returning Officers- 
Thomas Carr 

James Lundy 

Thomas Thompson 

John McCuaig , 

John Stevenson .... 

Oavid Kakins 

George Reesor , 

Anthony Forster 

John M>c€affray 

Walter Miller 

E. R. Corson 

Henry \\ oudgate 

Ira Bates 

J, K. Leblie I 

J. M, Ross ... I 



$ 


cts. 


16 00 


14 


40 


17 


40 


13 00 


14 


60 


14 


00 


12 


00 


13 


30 


14 


00 


15 80 


15 60 



13 00 

14 00 

12 70 

14 30 

15 65 

15 60 

16 20 
16 20 
15 00 

13 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
12 20 
15 00 



804 86 



Go 


00 


8 


Go 


2 


00 


63 20 


6 95 


76 


74 


4 


DO 


91 


80 


2 


oo 


ir> 


00 


]7 


VII 


15 


-JO 


L5 


20 


L5 


20 


16 


40 


15 


40 


16 


10 


16 


20 


15 


NO 


15 


00 


15 


20 


14 00 


16 


00 


17 


00 



67 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Ontario— Concluded 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



York East — Concluded. 



Nicholas Sheppard. 

Robert Gilroy 

James Young 

D K. Winder 

W. D. Norris , 

Thomas Clark ....... 

John T. Brown 

John Elliott 

John Crawford 

Robert Crawford... 

William Clark 

George B. Lorej .... 
0. F. Foster .., .. ... 

C. H. Bishop 

James Stephens .. . 
George B. Crown .. 
Wm. T. Robinson .. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 

17 30 
17 00 
15 40 

15 8" 

16 00 

15 GO 

16 00 
16 00 
}H 00 
16 00 
16 20 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 



81G 09 



$ Cts. 

17 30 
17 0(> 
15 40 

15 80 

16 00 

15 60 

16 00 
16 00 
16 00 
16 00 
16 20 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

781 34 
100 00 



681 34 



York, West. 

J. M. La whence, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lisisand Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage ••• 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy-Returning Officers — 

A. E. Mather 

A. McPherson ••• 

W. Stonehouse. 

Wm. C. Grubbe 

C. L. Hollingshead 

Alanson P. Conger 

John McDonald •••• 

J. P. Rupert 

John Watt 

John McCallum 

John McCague 

Isaac Dollery 

W. A. Parson3 

John Goulding 

Edwin Dickenson 

Joseph H. Shephard 

John Paul j 

Win. A. Duncan | 

Wm. Brown 

Arth ir L. Willson • 

Maiuew Tul'y 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate, 



6«) 00 

8 00 

60 50 

52 04 

41 20 

10 00 

15 40 

14 40 
L6 20 

16 60 
L6 75 | 

15 00 

13 10 ! 

19 00 . 

17 00 | 
17 0O ' 

16 40 

i»; oo i 

i3 i" : 

i<; 20 

23 50 
563 19 



Balance paid by Government 



60 0o 
8 00 
50 50 
52 04 
33 70 

10 00 

15 40 

14 40 

15 80 

15 00 

16 75 
15 80 

15 00 

13 10 

16 60 
19 00 

17 00 
17 oo 
15 10 

15 20 

14 60 

1 1 60 
!.: 10 

16 20 

15 40 

17 50 

is 00 
542 09 

442 08 



5— 5£ 



68 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Continued. 

QUEBEC. 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



AIU4KNTEUIL. 

Thomas Bakron, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegramn, express charges, &c. 
Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

Thomas H. Henry 

John Bon 

Thomas Lamb , 

Duncan Dewar~ 

Andrew McConnell 

James B. Cushing , 

John Hay , 

Peter McArthur , 

George Schneider 

John Wade 

James B. Brown 

James Reid 

Dugald McTavish 

James Milway , 

William Stanforth , 

Robert Cruise 

Charles Vary 

James W. Raitt 

Alexander Arnott , , 

Matthew Strong , 

Isaac Jekill 



$ cts. 



Total 

Less received from Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



60 00 


8 00 


60 16 


3 00 


65 80 


2 50 


51 00 


15 40 


16 60 


16 20 


15 40 


16 00 


15 60 


15 90 


17 40 


15 40 


16 20 


17 00 


15 40 


18 20 


18 00 


17 00 


16 20 


22 60 


17 20 


16 20 


16 50 


16 50 



701 36 



Bagot. 

J. C. Bachand. Returning Officer — 

Personal 'services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c...... 

Mileage ...„ , , 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

T. Lapalme 

A. Guy 

A. Nadeau 

V. Vachon 

M. D. Mennier 

N. Gauthier 

A. Gauthier 

J. Leveille 

A. Peltier 

L. B. Maurault , 

Jos. Amiot 

E. Lafontaine 

L. Audette , 



60 00 
8 00 

83 90 

65 41 
4 53 

30 90 



12 70 


21 20 


14 40 


14 80 


14 90 


17 00 


15 55 


14 10 


J4 50 


14 60 


17 60 


11 60 


20 00 



69 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies 



Claimed, j Paid. 



L. A. Lapalme 


Bagot — Concluded. 


$ cts. 

22 00 
21 30 
15 80 

14 00 

15 80 

18 80 
14 40 
14 80 
13 80 

19 60 
21 00 
17 60 


$ cts. 

90 00 


0. Jacques 


19 00 


P. J. Poitras 


14 00 


P. Decelle 


13 20 


H Marcotte 


15 80 


W. J. Alexander 


18 80 


D, Barre 


14 40 


E Fontaine 


14 80 


H. Leppe 


13 80 


C. M. Sylvester 


19 60 


L. Larochelle 


19 00 


P. Fafard 


13 20 









Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



664 59 



Beauce. 

T. J. Taschereau. Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery : 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy-Returning Officer — 

Louis Taschereau 

A. Z. Pelletier ... 

Honore Ferland 

Basile Desrochers 

Joseph Doyon 

Napoleon Voyer 

A. Cbasse 

Thomas Lambert 

Elzear Vezina 

Daniel Lessard. 

Philias Lessard 

J. B. Murcier 

Pierre Belanger J 

Joseph Denis j 

Joseph Grondin j 

A. G. Bussieres 

Louis Moisan j 

Joseph Godbout i 

P. A. Proux 

O. Ludger Papin , 

Vital Cloutier , 

Jean Roy j 

Majorique Genest \ 

Alphonse Pbilippon 

Barnabe Tanguay I 

Anselm Buteau .* 

Louis S. Labrecquc 

Charles Labrecque 

Gustave O. Taschereau 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 

8 00 

89 05 

6 55 

72 98 

196 13 

25 00 

15 50 

15 20 

16 60 

16 20 

17 50 

15 00 

16 20 

17 40 

16 40 

17 70 

16 20 ' 
19 00 ; 
15 &\ I 
LG 50 i 

18 00 

17 20 
1:> 20 

18 00 

17 20 
11 20 
L6 60 

14 00 

18 00 

15 LO 
18 00 

16 60 
L5 00 
15 80 

17 00 



932 61 



627 29 
100 00 



527 29 



60 Oft 

8 00 

85 45 

5 30 

72 98 

176 68 

10 00 

15 50 

15 20 

16 6ft 

16 20 

1 7 00 

15 00 

16 20 

17 40 

16 40 

17 70 

id n 

19 Oft 

15 60 

16 50 

is oo 

17 2ft 
15 2ft 

18 Oft 

17 20 

11 'Jo 
L6 60 

14 00 
lc 00 

15 10 

18 00 

16 60 
15 00 
15 80 

17 00 



892 81 
100 oft 



792 81 



70 



EXPENSES of Late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Bealuarnois. 

Lpma Hainaui.t, Returning Officer — 

Personal services as Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof — 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c, 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer— 

L. Gervais 

L. Lesage :.. 

Z. Bo}er 

S. A. IBrodeur 

T. Verner 

E. L. Normandin 

J. Poirier 

E. Vachon 

Philias V. DeJBoucherville 

C. Fortin 

J. Bte. Gendron 

Jos. Meloche., 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



335 81 



60 


00 


8 


00 


16 78 


3+ 00 


03 


56 


00 


15 40 


15 


40 


15 


00 


15 00 


11 


00 


11 


40 


12 40 


15 


00 


11 


00 


11 


60 


15 


00 


12 


80 



Beach arnois. — Second Election. 



Joseph Mayer, Returning Officer — 

rersonul services of Returning Officer. 
do Election Clerk .... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. .. 

Printing, advertising and stationary.... 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officers — 

L. A. L«blanc 

J. A. Lapointe 

Julien Leduc 

J. B. Scott 

Louis Jervaia 

S. A. S. B«-odeur 

Zepherin Bover , 

William Todd 

Theonhile Verner 

Elie vormandin 

Julien Poirier 

Evangeliste Vachon 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 


8 00 


52 80 


75 45 


59 25 


11 00 


13 20 


16 20 


15 00 


16 20 


15 80 


14 00 


15 00 


11 10 


12 40 


12 40 


15 20 



423 00 



71 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. Paid. 



Bei.lechasse. 

L. S. Foroues, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters 1 Lists and Certiticates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Hermenegilde Bacques 

Eusebe Coutiere 

Celestin Bouchard 

E. M. McKenzic. 

Chrysologue Roy 

Adelarde Forgues 

P. C. Aug. Fournier 

Ursin Mercier <. 

Achilles Mercier 

Ph. Simard - 

D. Latree , 

S. V. Latree ■ 

Eugene Gosselin , 

Amiele Forgues 

L. Xaz. Roy 

Joseph Morisset. _ 

S. Bolduc 



$ cts 



60 00 

8 00 I 
1 00 ' 

26 00 
73 57 

9 43 
90 00 
10 00 

20 00 

19 00 

20 00 
20 50 

19 00 

20 50 
19 00 | 
22 50 | 

21 00 
19 00 I 
16 40 

16 40 
19 00 
•Jl 00 

17 00 
17 60 
15 30 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



601 20 



Balance paid by Government.. 



s eta. 



60 00 

8 00 
1 00 

25 90 
48 15 

9 43 
89 80 
10 00 

19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
16 40 

16 40 
19 0O 
19 00 

17 00 
17 60 
15 30 



502 98 
100 00 



462 98 



Berthier. 

Basile E. Pellaxt, Returning Officer — 

Personal services ot Returning Officer. ... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Rent of 20 polling places 

Deputy Returning Officer- 
Octave Lavallee 

Charles Pilo 

Charles Ed. Emond 

Calixte Asselin 

F. L. A. Biron 

Xarcisse Dubois 

Elie Grandpre 

A. Demers 

Louis S. Beaudoin 

F. R. Tranehmontagne 

A. Mousseau 

T. I). Latour 

D. Drainville 

D. Marsolais 

CI13. Guerard 



60 00 


60 00 


8 oo 


H 00 


1 00 


1 00 


116 00 


116 00 


4 00 


4 00 


107 90 


82 90 


5 no 


5 00 


129 90 


91 90 


80 00 


80 00 


13 (10 


13 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 on 


15 00 


■5 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 (i0 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 W0 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 



12 



EXPENSES of late Elections tor House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Bertiiier— Concluded. 



Chi. 0. Tranchmontagne. 

P.O. Pichfi 

H. Champagne , 

William Hoisard 

T. A. Kcrement 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 



Claimed. Paid. 

1 



$ eta. 



15 00 


If) 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 



809 80 



BoNAVENTURE. 

James G. LeBel, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Extra do Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery... 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Building at domination and Declaration. 

Mileage . 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

Jeremiah Petrie 

Jiff. Adams - 

L. P. LeBel 

Jos. Berthelotte 

Louis Ouelette 

Nic. Arseneau 

P. J. Ruel 

J. F. Ginte 

P. Cooke 

Richard Brush. , 

John McCormick ,., 

Joseph Poirier 

NapoK-on Poirier -. 

Wm. T. Smith , 

W. L. Kempft'er 

Ed. Legallais 

W. C. Ross 

A. S. Young 

Pat. Sweetraan 

Philip Acheson , 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


50 00 




23 20 


23 20 


3 00 


3 00 


46 95 


36 70 


7 16 


7 16 


5 50 


5 50 


118 00 


115 40 


18 60 


15 00 



18 00 

19 50 
17 60 

15 00 

14 80 

16 00 

17 40 

15 20 

15 80 
17 00 

16 30 

15 00 

17 80 

16 00 

15 80 
19 50 

16 90 
15 40 
15 80 



Total 

Less paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government. 



656 21 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Broue. 

Peter Cowan, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

James C. Pettie 

J. H. Hastings 

C. D. Smith 

J. Macfarlaue , 

Philo. England , 

Wm. A. Williams 

Edwd. Ralston.. 

Joseph Meusrier , 

Chas. S. Dow 

John McMannus 

J. W. Channell 

M. B. Jewell 

Wm. Gibson 

James Burnett 

M. L. Elkins , 

Kobt. Gardepie , 

S. G. Blanchard ., 

C. H. Gordon 

Garrett Sa fiord 

T. J. Langlois 

Freeman Reynolds , 

James Flannery 

A. X. Smith 

W. A. Brown 



Claimed, 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



11 00 

8 80 

10 30 

9 00 

11 64 
11 00 
11 00 

13 80 
11 50 

14 00 
11 50 
13 00 1 

11 00 
10 90 I 
16 00 I 

8 00 | 

9 00 

10 50 

12 30 I 

15 00 , 

11 00 | 

11 00 

10 00 

12 20 



572 01 | 



$ cts. 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


40 84 


40 84 


82 30 


61 15 


3 74 


3 74 


103 89 


78 64 



11 00 

8 80 

10 30 

9 00 

11 64 
11 00 
11 00 

13 60 
11 50 

14 00 
11 60 
13 00 

11 00 

10 90 
16 00 

8 00 

9 00 

10 50 

12 30 

15 00 

11 00 

11 00 
10 00 

12 20 



525 61 
100 00 



425 61 



Chambly. 



P. E. 



Hcrteau, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer. 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot Boxes , 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

James W. Thompson i 

Alexi3 Fourouge 

Theophile Bertrand 

Camille A. Santoire 

Agustin Auberture 

I. X. A. Carriere 

Louis Xormandin 

L. B. DeGrosbois 

J. O. Champeau 

Xorbert J. Laporte. 

Joseph O. Dion 

P. D ? Eschambault 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


43 00 


43 00 


H 00 


8 00 


132 80 


64 39 


72 50 


52 90 


15 00 


10 00 


18 20 


18 20 


11 90 


14 90 


14 40 


14 40 


15 40 


L5 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


16 60 


16 60 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


16 10 


15 40 


17 40 


17 40 


18 80 


! 18 80 



BNSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constitnenciei 



Claimed. 



Ciiamkly — Concluded. 



Charles Durocher 

Pierre Bra is 

Midard Emard — 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



$ cts. 

15 80 
20 00 
17 00 



584 89 



Balance paid by Government. 



Paid. 



ClIAMrLAIN. 

G. H. Dufresnk, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage , 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery .. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

L. N. Duf'resne 

H. A. Cinq Mars .*..„ 

E. Dubord 

J. E. Marchand 

M. Lanouette .., 

W. Blouin... , „ 

J. E. Lanouette 

E. Rinfret 

P. O Frigon 

Soter Trudel 

R. Rinfret 

T, Lafontaine ! 

B.Roy 

Eug Lefebvre .. .. 

W. Moussette ........ 

Ed. Ferron 

L A, A. Dostaler 

J. Cossette 

L. Bourke , 

P. U. Duprat 

G. A. Bistodeau 

N. Dessureault 

Jos. Beaudoin 

P. Bedard 

Irvine Johnston 

Come Trudel 



Total 

Less paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government. 



60 00 | 


8 


00 


96 


29 


75 85 


3 


00 


4 


00 


159 


80 


1 


00 


20 


20 


21 


75 


16 


50 


16 


40 


12 


00 


18 


00 


17 


40 


19 


20 


11 


00 


12 


20 1 


11 


00 • 


11 


20 , 


15 00 | 


19 


30 1 


19 


60 1 


16 


20 


16 


80 


16 


40 


18 00 


15 40 


16 00 


15 


00 ! 


16 


90 


14 


00 


13 


40 


11 


20 



817 99 



(l > 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. Paid. 



Charlevoix. 

Chas. Dubercer, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof.. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

V.aking up and transmitting Returns to Clerk ol Crown in Cbancery 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Thomas Forgues 

Johnny Lapointe 

Hippolyte Pedneau 

Arcene Tremblay 

Paul Mailloux , 

Achille Blierier 

Joseph Girard 

Antoine Bouchard 

David Roy ... 

Charles Boivan 

Joseph G-osselin 

Thels. Lavoie 

Jos. Perron , 

Jos. T. Fortin 

C. Cimon 

Elie Augers 



Tjtal 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



Charlevoix. — Second Election. 



Tslksphobk Fortin, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Olficer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

PostMges, telegrams, express charge?, &c. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

A. B. Belleville 

Achille Bherier 

John Gagnon 

David Ruy 

Alexis Boivia 

Elie Augers 

Charles Savard 

Jos. Gosselin 

Antoine Bouchard 

John II. Slevin 

Joseph Guerard 

Hippolyte Pedneau 

Telesphore Lavoie 

Joseph Penou 

Thomas Tremblay 

Charles LJoiviu 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



60 00 
8 00 

35 95 

64 18 

4 49 

123 30 

25 00 

16 20 
19 80 
19 20 
16 20 
19 80 
15 00 

15 40 

16 00 
15 60 
15 80 
15 40 
21 40 
15 40 
15 80 

15 00 

16 20 

589 12 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

35 95 

46 68 

4 49 

107 80 



16 20 
19 00 

18 20 
16 20 

19 00 
15 00 

15 40 

16 00 
15 60 
15 80 
15 40 
15 40 
15 40 
15 80 

15 00 

16 20 

522 52 
100 0<> 

422 52 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

31 82 

00 50 

6 38 

139 30 

16 00 

15 20 

16 00 
10 80 

15 xo 
L6 60 
15 40 
L9 L0 
15 60 
10 To 

17 40 
22 40 
15 40 
15 80 
15 80 



574 80 



60 uo 

8 00 

1 00 

34 82 

38 50 

6 38 

139 30 

16 00 

15 20 

16 oo 

15 00 

15 80 

10 60 

L5 40 

19 10 

15 60 

!<; 70 

17 10 
17 40 

L6 60 

15 80 

547 80 

loo 00 



447 80 



76 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons— Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



OnA.TEAU(iCAY. 

A. M. Ga<;nier, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certiiicates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery- 
Deputy Returning Officer — i 

xVI. BoYce 

S. J. Lewis *. 

A. T. Sautoire 

I. J, L. Derome .., 

H. de LaMartelliere. 

Arch. McEachern 

Bazils Vannier , 

A. L. Spedon 

L. Pregent 

Chas. M. Lebrun 

L. LePallieur > 

J. B. Poupard 

F. Durocher 

M. Duquette 

A. H. A. Gagnicr 

A. N. LePallieur 

L. C. Bourgeois 




Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


I 09 


70 53 


70 53 


55 OH 


55 08 


4 87 


4 47 


47 80 


38 10 


3 00 









16 


10 


12 60 | 


17 00 1 


12 


20 


17 


40 


12 


50 


13 


80 


14 


00 


16 


00 


8 


10 


13 


90 


15 


00 


13 


60 


14 


00 


14 40 


18 


20 


15 60 



494 08 



Chicoutimi and Sagcenay. 

Calixte Hebert, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk 

do Coi stable.. 

Extra do Returning Officer — Additional compensation 
asked 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Return* to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 

Swearing 26 Deputy Returning Officers 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

"Thomas Z. Cloutier 

Elzear Hudon 

Francois Guay ..... 

Louis Forcade 

Lucien Tremblay , 

Etienne Leveque 

George McKenzie 

Prudent Potvin ,.... 

Jean Gauthier 

Paschal Bergeron 

Simon Cote 

Napoleon Hudon. .... , 

El/.ear Ouelette , 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 



175 


00 


33 


88 | 


2 


00 , 


74 


50 


264 


00 ; 


6 00 1 


6 


50 


11 


40 


15 


40 


15 


80 


15 


30 


16 


00 


16 


40 


17 


00 


18 


30 


15 


40 


15 20 


15 


20 


15 80 


18 


60 



11 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Chicoutimi and Saguenay — Concluded. 



Theodore Cayouette 

Israel Dumais 

Job Bilodeau] 

Jos. P. Gagnon 

Charles Lindsay ..... 
Janvier Disgagne .... 
Onezime Bouilliane... 
Phillippe Pednault... 

Alfred Larouche. 

David Ouellet 

Joseph Boily 

Louis Harper 

Domicile Tetu 



Total 

Less amount from Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government . 



$ cts. 

21 80 
24 40 
18 20 
17 00 
17 40 
15 50 
15 00 
30 00 
15 00 

14 00 

15 00 
15 40 
27 80 



1,083 18 



Paid. 



$ cts. 

15 80 

15 40 
17 20 

16 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
30 00 
15 00 

14 00 

15 00 
15 40 
27 80 



100 00 



908 78 






COMPTON. 

B. L. Orr, Returning Officer — 

Personal services as Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof ._ 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c ,. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

L. W. French 

W. H. Mayo .. 

W. C. Wilful 

E. S. Baker 

James Osgood i 

C H. Hackett 

N. S. Woodward 

E. S. Foss I 

C. A. Martin I 

F. Courtmenter ) 

H. E. Canis 

M. Roy 

J. M. Carstoble 

A. B. Gendreau 

Joseph Gauthier 

John Scott •••• 

Allan McLeod 

J. J. Mackie • — 

Malcolm McAulay 

R. H. Wilford »•■ 

S. N. Hard 

E. Blair 

C. Perry 

H. H. Monnix 

W. Wright 

D. M. Rea 

J. F. Legentre 

J. Baxter 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 
48 40 
39 00 

2 00 
135 70 

14 70 
12 00 

16 20 

18 20 
12 00 

11 00 

9 00 

17 00 
16 80 

15 oo 

16 70 

12 10 
12 60 

14 80 

15 20 

17 40 

19 40 

19 20 

20 40 
15 00 
12 40 
15 00 
11 40 

10 00 

15 80 
19 00 
14 60 

16 80 



72<t 40 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 
48 40 
39 00 

2 00 
110 70 

14 70 
12 00 
16 20 
18 20 
12 00 

11 00 

9 00 

15 00 

10 80 

15 00 

16 20 

12 10 
12 60 

14 80 

15 20 

17 40 
17 40 

17 20 

18 00 
15 0o 
12 40 
15 60 

11 40 
10 00 
15 80 
17 00 
I l 60 

10 80 

684 50 

loo oo 



581 50 



w 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 


Claimed. 


Paid. 


Comptoh — Second Election. 

E. L. Our, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 


$ ct?. 

40 00 

4 00 

1 00 

10 00 

33 10 


$ cts. 
40 00 


do Election Clerk 

do Constable 


4 00 
1 00 


Printing, advertising and stationery 


10 00 




33 10 






Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate 


88 10 


88 10 
50 00 








Balance paid by Government 


38 10 










Dorchester. 

J. E. Rouleau, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof ...... 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration.. 

Mileage , 

Screens and Polling Places Nos. 1 and 3 . 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

J. Reney , 

I. O. Morin , 

Juste Cayonette , 

P. Plante 

F. X. Chabot 

P. Lapierre 

Joseph Couture 

Thomas Fitzgerald.. 

Patrick Cassidy 

J. C. Pointvin 

L. M. Roy 

James O'Farrell 

Thomas Duff 

Henry Joynt 

L. P. Fortier ., 

Antoine Nadeau 

Joseph Turgeon 

Onezime Lafiamme , 

ST. Doyer 

Leon Lafiamme 

Joseph Audibert , 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government .... 



60 00 ! 

8 00 I 

1 00 J 

46 71 | 

42 00 I 

5 7(5 ' 

8 00 

191 00 

14 00 

15 00 
14 50 

14 00 

15 60 
18 30 

16 20 

15 00 

16 40 

14 00 

15 20 
8 40 

17 00 

15 80 

16 00 
14 03 

14 20 
7 80 

15 70 

15 8J 

16 60 

18 40 



690 40 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

46 71 

42 00 

5 76 

4 00 

164 50 

14 00 

15 00 
14 50 

14 00 

15 60 
18 30 

16 20 

15 00 

16 40 

14 00 

15 20 
8 40 

17 00 

15 80 

16 00 
14 03 

14 20 
7 80 

15 70 

15 80 

16 60 

18 40 

659 90 
100 00 

559 9ft 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 






Drdmmond and Arthabaska. 

P. N. Dorion, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Pri ting, advertising and stationery 

Mileage — 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy Returning Officers — 

J. L. G. Mousseau. 

H. Mercier , , 

Mpkonse Chagnon.. , 

J. H. Bourbonniere 

Joseph Paradis . , 

J. D. Boisvert 

J. Q. <'ayea 

Jos Lafontaine 

H. S. Griffing 

J. L. L Morazain 

G. Atkinson 

S. Ployart 

J. C. Aimstrong 

E. Brown 

W. A. Snow 

Winslow Pope .... 

Aug. Pacand 

G. Pacand 

Aurile Pacand.. -. 

A. Reaudry ! 

J. S. Bothwell i 

W. a. Lynch j 

M. A. Plamondon, jun .- .. ... 

V St. Germain „ J 

Joseph Roy ! 

A. P. de Courval 

L. P. de Courval 

C. Rouleau 

C. Fournier 

J. Jutras 

P. N. Pacand 

P. R. Richard 

A. Bordileau 

L. Poincc 

A, Thibaudeau , 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



cts. 



60 00 

8 00 
92 30 

106 72 

169 00 

10 00 

15 40 
12 85 

9 15 

15 40 

16 20 
15 00 
15 00 
12 60 ! 



16 60 | 

15 00 

12 80 

17 00 

16 00 
19 80 I 

9 60 j 
11 4o ; 

18 20 I 

19 00 j 
19 00 

22 20 

23 00 

14 0> ! 

15 40 ; 
19 00 | 
19 ( 

17 00 

18 00 

14 40 

15 80 i 

13 90 ; 
15 40 ; 
15 00 

15 00 

16 00 ' 

17 oo : 



Paid. 



1,002 L2 



60 00 

8 00 
92 30 
66 72 

159 00 

10 00 

15 40 
12 85 

9 15 

15 40 

16 20 
15 00 

15 00 
12 60 

16 60 

15 00 

12 80 

17 00 

16 00 
19 80 

9 60 

11 40 

18 20 

19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
N 00 
15 40 
19 00 
19 oo 

17 00 

18 00 

14 40 

15 80 

13 90 
15 40 
15 00 

15 00 

16 0* 

17 0O 

914 92 
Kio 00 



8-1 1 92 



Gasjm:. 

A. Domais, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot Boxes and packing boxe3 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c . 

Mileage, including supplementary account 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

TrefleCote 



60 00 I 

8 00 

2 oo ! 

29 52 ' 

10 42 , 

100 22 | 

3J 20 

2,142 77 

16 00 



60 '(' 
8 00 

l I (i 

16 42 

66 12 

30 00 

1,115 B5 

16 Go- 



80 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Gasp^ — Concluded. 



Joseph J. Letournean .. 

Jean Gauthier 

Joseph Lcmieux 

Alex. Champion , 

J. G. Gregg.. 

J. A. Oulette 

A. Trudeaa , 

John Carter 

G. B. Michaud 

W. II. Annett 

A. T Carter 

C Sutton Leboutellier 

Chs. Veit, Sen 

Robert Lindsay , 

John LaGros 

Thos. S. Vardon 

Abraham LeBrun 

William Flynn . .. 

P. N. Duval 

Charles Leclerc 

Alphon3e Couture 

N. G. Tremblay , 

Salmon Grenier 

E. Brasset 

D. V. Bourque 

P. L. Joneas 

Daniel Paquet 

P. P. Delaney 



Claimed. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government.. ..r... 



$ cts. 

15 60 
21 60 
14 00 

20 00 
17 20 

13 40 

21 60 
17 20 

19 00 

14 00 

16 00 

15 20 

17 00 

14 60 

15 80 

16 60 

17 00 
15 40 

20 00 

15 40 
12 70 

16 10 

15 40 

16 30 
16 27 
16 00 
14 40 
29 75 



Paid. 



2,879 95 



I cts. 

15 60 
21 60 
14 00 

20 00 
17 20 

13 40 

21 60 
17 20 

19 00 

14 00 

16 00 

15 20 

17 00 

14 60 

15 80 
J 6 60 
17 00 
15 40 

20 00 

15 40 
12 70 

16 10 

15 40 

16 30 
16 27 
16 00 
14 40 
29 75 



1,805 93 
150 00 

1,655 93 



HoCHELAGA. 

L. W. Sicotte, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer. ... 
do Election Clerk 

Vocers' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot Boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery....... 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Building at Nomination and Declaration. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

Joseph Daoust 

Napoleon Narbonneau... ., 

J. Lozeau 

Clias. Brin 

L. it. Heitu 

A. B. Poitevin , 

Flavien Tourangeau ... 

E. Pridhomme 

Arthur Demers 

Bruno Lafontaine 

O. McUalson 

E. F. Prendergast 

N. P. Lamoieaux 

J. F. Pellant 

A. L. Bleau, 



60 00 


60 0© 


8 00 


8 00 


181 20 


181 20 


1 28 


1 28 


267 65 


209 25 


5 41 


2 26 


4 00 


4 00 


65 30 


65 30 


19 00 


19 0© 


17 00 


17 00 


23 20 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 20 


19 00 


18 00 


18 00 


17 00 


17 00 


15 80 


15 80 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


17 00 


17 00 


16 20 


16 2« 


19 00 


19 00 


18 00 


18 00 


15 50 


15 50 



81 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Hochelaga— Concluded. 



Jos. Renaud 

East. Larose 

Henri Girard 

T* Poirier 

A. E. Gaudry 

C. Labelle 

F. Faure 

C. E. G. Lesage 

J. B. Leblane 

L. N. Dagneault 

G. Lebel 

J. T. Lafortune 

A. B. Cote 

Arthur Vilboa 

J. Rainville 

M. J. Charbonueau.. 
J. E. Charbouneau... 

Antoine Hudon 

Hector Granger 

Stanislaus Parisault 

J. J. Ribaud 

S. Gauthier 

M. Halde 

Emi!e de Lormier 

R. G. Janson 

Edmond Malboeuf.... 

L. T. Normandin , 

Ed. Poitevin 

P. Perrault 

J. T. Gaudet 

Marc Guertin 

A. Filiatrault 

J. Lessard 

N. W. Gauthier 

Louis Gauthier 

J. A. Provost 

G. Thibaudaau 

J. M. Geo Cote 

J. M. Cote 



$ eta. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 



1,527 34 



% Ct3 



it no 


17 00 


19 "0 


19 00 


17 00 


17 00 


15 30 


15 30 


17 00 


17 00 


16 20 


16 20 


16 20 


16 20 


17 40 


17 40 


16 20 


16 20 


16 00 


16 00 


16 20 


16 20 


19 00 


19 00 


16 20 


10 20 


19 00 


19 0<> 


16 00 


16 00 


17 00 


17 00 


17 0o 


v 17 00 


16 50 


16 50 


19 00 


19 00 


16 50 


16 50 


18 00 


18 0O 


18 00 


18 00 


15 80 


15 80 


17 00 


17 00 


16 20 


16 20 


16 80 


16 80 


15 40 


15 40 


17 00 


17 00 


15 40 


15 40 


19 50 


18 50 


20 00 


19 00 


16 20 


16 20 


15 eo 


15 60 


K3 20 


16 20 


L9 00 


19 00 


18 00 


18 00 


16 00 


16 00 


1G 10 


L6 40 


16 40 


16 40 



Balance paid by Government 



1.459 39 

100 00 



1,359 39 



HUNTINGDON. 

Andrew Sommeiiville, Returning Officer — 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Priming, advertising and stationery .. 
Mileage 



Total • 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 

Balance paid by Government. .. 




K) 00 

4 0" 

7 oe 

15 lo 



66 10 

50 00 



16 lo 



5 b—G 



82 



BxP] • We Eloctions lor House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Jbbkvillb. 



IflOllL A. Bissbtti, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

\ '• ■ t e i s' Lis*s and Certificates thereof 

I': inting, advertising and stationery 

B^ ; tiling at Nomination and Declaration 

fid leage ..- 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

J. :; H Beauregard 

Gustav Dacier ... 

F. L. Mongeon 

Noibert Tetreau 

A. A. L. Brien 

J. T. Fontaine 

Pierre Campbell 

G. E. Letourneau 

J. L. Roy 

J. A. Dufort 

J. B. Chevalier 

F. Lesage ... ... 

Charles Paradis 

W. Murray 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

34 34 
49 18 

2 00 

35 80 

9 40 

12 40 

10 20 

13 80 
15 40 

15 40 
8 60 

17 00 

14 00 

16 70 
14 60 

11 00 

12 00 j 
16 20 

377 02 I 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

34 34 
49 18 

2 00 

35 80 

9 40 

12 40 

10 20 

13 80 
15 40 

15 40 
8 60 

17 00 

11 40 

16 70 

14 69 

11 00 

12 00 
16 20 



374 42 
100 00 



274 42 



Jacques Cartibr. 



P. C. Valo;s, 'Returning Officer, and D. L. V. Olivier acted as Returning 
Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Attending at Recount — Returning Officer 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Adelard Forget St 

P Valois 

J. A. Chauret St 

Paul G Martineau . , 

A. Barbeau 

Adolphe Lecours St 

Francois Leonard 

Joseph Leonard 

?. X HOtn Lachine, 

do 

Alfred Martin do 

Thomas Leclaire .. ... do Parish, 

L.Forest do do 



Anne, No. 1... 

do 2... 

Genevieve Village 

•do No. 1... 

2... 

1... 

2... 

3... 

fcj 

3... 
1... 



do 
Laurent, 
do 
do 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

80 00 

51 50 

173 33 

5 50 

162 70 

10 00 



A. Barbeau .. ..Isle Bizard, 



1... 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 



51 50 
82 73 
5 50 
64 40 
10 00 



17 00 


17 00 


17 00 


17 00 


16 10 


16 10 


18 25 


18 25 


17 00 


17 00 


18 20 


18 20 


16 20 


16 20 


17 80 


17 80 


16 40 


16 40 


17 00 


17 00 


16 40 


16 40 


17 35 


17 35 


14 80 


14 80 


15 30 


15 30 



83 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — < 


Quebec — Continued 


Oonstituences. 


Claimed. 


Paid. 


Jacquks C artier— Concluded. 
Louis J. Valois Point Claire 


$ cts. 

16 00 
18 30 


$ cts. 
16 do 


H. DuchSsneau , do Village 


18 30 




Total 


821 18 


552 23 


Less amount paid by Candidates 


100 00 


Balance paid by Government 


452 23 








Joliette. 

B. H. Leprohon. Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk , 


60 00 
s no 

1 00 
104 00 

8 64 
56 B4 

2 37 
121 40 

88 00 

11 40 
15 80 

14 Ott 

12 60 
17 00 

15 00 
15 00 
JO 40 
11 40 
11 80 

, 15 80 
15 00 
11 40 

13 20 
21 00 

13 00 

14 20 
11 00 
il 80 

15 00 
11 00 
13 40 


60 OQ 

8 00 


do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot Boxe3 


104 00 
8 64 


Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 


56 34 
2 37 

121 40 
88 00 


Deputy Returning Officer — 

J. 0. Desilets 


11 40 


J. Beaupre ... . - 

A. L. A.. Desorme 

A. L. Desaulniers. , 


15 00 

14 00 
12 60 

15 00 


V. Deslisle 


L5 00 


J. A. llenaud 

Peter C. Lordel 

11. Vezina. 


15 00 

10 40 

11 40 


Charles H. Panneton 

Chas. B. H. Leprohon , 

B. 11. Leprohon 


11 80 
15 80 
15 oo 


Chas. G. Beaudoin 


11 40 


B. Delfausse 

Alexander Cabona 


13 20 

15 00 


I. J. E. Desmarais .., 

II. Cornellier r 


13 00 

14 20 


L. J. Deziel 


11 00 


N. Lacasse 

E. Asselin 


15 oo 


P. L. Lippe . . 


11 00 


If. Lavie 


13 40 


Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 


749 95 


740 16 
100 00 




640 15 









5 '— 6V 



84 



EXPENSES of Late Elections for House of Commons— Quebec — Continued? 



Constituencies. 



1 Claimed. Paid. 

I . 



Joliktte — Special. 



B. H. Leproiion, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer. 

do Election Clerk 

Printing, advertising and stationery ... 
Mileage , 



Total 

Less amount paid by.Candidate 

Balance paid by Government. 




107 40 
50 00 

57 40 



Kamouraska. 

V. Taciik, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 
do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof.. 

Printing, aivertising and stationery ... 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

L. Berlin 

I. S. Martin 

Luc Morreau. 

Paul Dupuis . 

Alfred Potvin 

Antionne Dionne 

C. T. Autil 

A. Gauque 

A. Desjardins 

G. Robichaud 

G. Duval 

Thos. Bechard. 

J. Dionne 

A. Blondeau , 

F. X. Autil 

M. Marquis 

J. R. Lebel .... • 

A. Dionne 

E. Blagdon 

P. Dessaint 

H. Berube 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 
8 00 
65 06 
42 55 
74 20 

20 00 

22 00 

23 80 
19 80 

19 20 
22 60 
14 20 

17 00 

20 00 

14 00 

15 00 

13 80 

19 20 

14 90 

16 00 

15 00 

21 00 

18 40 

17 00 

20 20 

22 00 



634 91 



60 00 

8 Of; 
65 06" 
42 5;" 

74 20 

20 00 

22 00 

23 80 
19 80 

19 20 
22 60 
14 20 

17 00 

20 00 

14 00 

15 00 

13 80 

19 20 

14 90 

16 00 

15 00 

21 00 

18 40 

17 00 

20 20 

22 00 



634 91 
100 00 

534 91 



Lapraire. 

Adolphe Beauvais, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, andvertisiug and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

D i'iity Returning Officer— 

Julien Brosseau 

Earnest Bisaillon 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


S 00 


16 20 


15 80 


105 48 


53 48 


1 61 


1 61 


108 70 


90 50 


14 70 


14 70 


14 80 


14 80 



85 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 




i 

Claimed. | Paid. 



Alexander Brosseau 
Louis Grandon 
Alphoa&e Sylvestre 

Zeph Mayrand 

J. Bte. Jolivette 

J. 0. Poirier 

E. Martin 

F. E. Arnould 

Ed. Mathe 

F. T- Langevin 

Cyrille Doyon. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government 



% cts, 



494 64 



$ cts. 



14 40 


14 40 


14 80 


14 80 


14 70 


14 70 


14 60 


14 60 


15 65 


15 65 


15 40 


15 40 


15 80 


15 80 


15 30 


15 30 


15 80 


15 80 


14 00 


14 00 


14 70 


14 70 



424 04 
100 00 



324 04 



L' Assumption. 

B. Rochon, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof .... 

Printing, advertising and stationery ± 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Dennis Bouthilier 

F. X. O'Brien 

Joseph Marion , 

J. P. Mathieu 

F. X. Lemier 

Eugene Archambault 

C. A. Portier 

J. Ethier 

Denis Lamarche 

Zoel Courtois 

J. O. Lamarche 

P. Roy 

J. Bte. Forest dit Marin.. 

T. B. Leonard 

Polycarp Renaud 

P. Blouin - 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 



60 00 
8 20 
68 40 
84 75 
23 
49 45 
12 00 



517 98 



60 00 

8 20 

68 40 

59 73 



46 25 
10 00 



15 40 


15 40 


15 00 


15 oo 


15 00 


15 00 


14 20 


14 20 


11 20 


11 20 


16 70 


16 70 


12 60 


12 60 


15 80 


15 80 


15 40 


15 40 


16 60 


16 60 


15 25 


15 25 


12 1-0 


12 80 


! 1 40 


14 40 


15 20 


15 20 


11 HO 


14 80 


1 1 60 


14 60 



487 53 
100 oo 



387 53 



St> 



EXPENSES of Ute Elections for House^of Commons— Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. ! Paid. 



Laval. 

Ai>elard E. Leonard, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 
Mileage 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 



Balance paid by Government. 



$ Ct8. 



40 00 
4 00 
1 00 

12 00 
25 

16 20 



73 45 



Levis. 

Locis Begin, Returning Officer — 

Personal bervices of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk , 

do Constable .. 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery..... 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, Ac , 

Mileage.. 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery...) 
Deputy Returning Officer — j 

Thomas Brulotte \ 

Damase Bourget ! 

Desire Lemieux .... | 

P. A. Bourget | 

Marcel Bourget 

F. T. Couture 

F. Victor Begin 

Prime Gagnon « 

Leon Roy 

Flavien Roy , 

Alfred Poire ... 

D. N. Labrie 

Frs. X. Dube... 

Charles Letellier 

Timothy Hayes , 

Ubalde Marquette 

P. A. T. Bilodeau 

Michel Boiven, fils 

Louis Couture 

N. Damien Legare 

Albert Forcade 

Eugene Fluet 

G. Croteau ,„ 

Arcade Olivier 

Stanislaus Plante , 

Lazare Tanquay 

Athanase Coulombe 

Louis Blais 

Jules Sinclair 

Theodule Turcot 

Michel Roberge I 

Louis Demers j 

Pierre Cantin, fils ' 

A. Patry 



60 00 


8 


00 


1 


00 


59 92 


84 


40 


6 


23 


104 


26 


10 


00 


14 


20 


18 


50 


12 


00 


12 00 


18 00 


15 30 


13 


00 


12 


00 


12 


00 


11 


40 


16 


90 


18 


00 


12 


50 


15 40 


15 00 


15 50 


12 


10 


16 


30 


16 30 


18 


60 


17 00 


14 40 


20 43 


13 


00 


16 80 


12 


25 


20 


90 


15 


20 


15 80 


12 


90 


13 


30 


15 30 


12 


80 


20 


00 



87 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. Paid. 



Levis— Concluded. 



Louis Begin, jun 
Geo. Demers 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 

U 60 
18 00 

878 59 



$ Cts. 

11 GO 
1-8 00 



843 16 
100 00 



743 16 



L'lSLET. 

A. Michind, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer ... . 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable ... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

P. C. Fournier 

W. Dumas — 

Eric Fournier 

G. Casgrain 

J. O. V. Gyasson 

Alp. Pelletier 

P. C. Gobeil 

P. T. Dupont. 

H. Potvi •, 

Emile Miville 

Arthur Miville 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 

8 00 

6 00 

35 60 

37 35 

5 60 

146 80 

13 00 I 
18 00 I 

12 80 | 

13 60 
16 00 
18 60 ! 

12 50 ! 
15 50 J 

13 00 | 
22 80 , 
24 20 I 



479 35 i 



60 00 
8 00 

1 00 
35 60 
37 35 

2 10 
132 80 

13 00 
18 00 

12 80 

13 60 
16 00 
18 60 

12 50 
15 50 

13 00 
22 80 
24 20 



456 85 
100 00 



356 85 



LOTBINIERB. 

Jos. Filteau, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer - 

do Election Clerk 

Extra do Returning Officer, making returns of 20 polling 
places 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

J. O. Meulhot 

J. Verville . 

C. E. Bernard 

D. L. Filteau 

C. A. Lunay 

E. O. C. Delachevrotiere 

Eusebe Cinq-Mars 

M. Couture 

Hcmere Legendre 

Edouard Noel » 

Titas Lefebvre 



60 00 
8 00 

15 00 

43 82 

47 42 

5 50 

113 40 



14 


1 
00 


16 00 


15 


00 


L5 


00 


12 


50 


13 90 


11 


80 


14 


00 


18 00 


12 


L5 


14 


00 j 



60 00 
8 00 



43 82 

47 42 

5 50 

113 40 

11 00 

12 00 
15 00 

11 00 

12 50 

13 90 

11 80 

14 00 
14 00 

12 15 
14 00 



88 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of* Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies, 



Claimed. 



Lotbinierk — Concluded. 



$ cts. 



J. Bte. Noel 

Eli Croteau 

Julien Paquette 

George Cote 

Eugene Boissonneau.. 
Michael 0. Mullaney. 

Laz. Hatnel 

Ant. Moffat 

Adolphe Cote, 



Total 

Less amount paid by three Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



15 20 


16 


20 


11 


00 


15 00 


13 


00 


20 


20 


16 


20 


12 


00 


12 


20 



580 49 



Maskinongb. 

J. E. Pichette, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

L. L. B. Lafreniere 

J. E. Charbonneau 

G. A. T. Foisy 

T. T. Rivard 

L. D. Grenier 

Louis Bellemasse 

L. R. Gelinas 

Louis L. Auge 

E. M. Chapdelaine.. 

P. C. Bazin 

J. M. Bayeur 

Louis Jos. Bourrett 

J. A. Malo 

Joseph Pichette , 

J. A. Fleury 

L. E. Caron 

Napoleon Pichette 



60 00 
8 00 
59 03 
99 03 
14 50 



Total 

Less amount paid by three Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



164 80 

19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
19 00 
24 60 
26 40 
22 20 



744 56 



Megantic. 

Lambly, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer... . 

do Election Clerk ., 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

74 36 

48 60 

6 67 

109 70 



89 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Me&antic— Concluded. 



Deputy Returning Officer — 

V. A. Berube 

Finley Wark , 

William McKillop 

John Hutchinson , 

William Hume 

Wm. J. Jamieson 

John W. Bailey 

J.B.Hall 

Samuel Decbamplain . . 
Augustin Schambrer... 

Calixte Gosselin 

Joseph Vigneau 

Hvacinthe Jutras 

L: N. Hould 

Pierre Vigneau 

Michel P. Cloutier 

P. F. Beland 

John Mathews 

Wm. J. Smith 

Wm Jamieson 

John L. Br> wn 




Total 

Supplementary demand for Interpreter. 



15 00 


15 00 


16 90 


16 90 


16 60 


16 60 


17 40 


17 40 


16 20 


16 20 


16 20 


16 20 


16 60 


16 60 


15 00 


15 00 


16 20 


16 2<» 


15 00 


15 00 


16 20 


16 20 


17 20 


17 20 


15 80 


15 80 


16 20 


16 20 


15 00 


15 00 


14 40 


14 40 


14 00 


14 00 


17 20 


17 20 


15 50 


15 50 


21 00 


19 00 


20 00 


17 00 



Less amount paid by two Candidates. 
Balance paid by Government 



651 93 
5 00 



656 93 



646 20 
5 00 



651 20 
100 00 



551 20 



MlSSISQ.UOI. 

I 

Richard Dickenson, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer j 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

W. M. Blinn 

A. M.Stone 

H. Butler ..... 

H. N. Whitman 

Henry Ross 

E. R. Demers 

David Westover - 

David Browne 

J. L. Massie 

H. A. Church 

Wm. Stevenson 

T. D. Buzzell 

S. R. Whitman 

E. E. Spencer 

G ft. Marvin 

Wm. Thomson 

H. B. Street •• 

D. T. R.Nye 

James Collins 

W. H. Colton 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


46 00 


46 00 


84 22 


69 48 


1 26 




26 80 


38 40 


12 50 


12 50 


12 00 


11 00 


13 00 


13 00 


14 80 


.4 80 


10 70 


10 70 


15 00 


15 00 


11 00 


11 00 


I i 80 


11 60 


18 00 


15 00 


8 00 


8 00 


I i 90 


i 11 70 


15 60 


12 00 


L3 60 


9 0O 


10 60 


8 50 


11 00 


9 20 


13 40 


11 80 


16 40 


13 60 


12 70 


U 00 


17 40 


12 40 


1« 70 


15 30 



!)() 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec— Continued 



Hiram Sawyer.. 
J. B. Siinard.... 

S. Noiseaux 

E. Audette 

C. U. Dufresne 
Benj. Nadeau .. 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Missisquoi — Concluded. 



Total 

Less paid by two Candidates 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 

11 70 

13 yo 

10 40 

14 00 

12 20 
9 00 



569 38 



Paid. 



$ cts. 

10 20 
10 40 

8 00 
14 00 

9 80 
9 00 



520 38 
100 00 



420 38 



Montcalm. 

Joseph Edward Beaupre, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk - 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage * 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. j 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

I. Beauchamp 

fl. D. Gregoire 

B. A. Laporte 

Joseph M orache * 

L. G. Rubard 

J. E. Ecrement 

Simon Rubard ... 

Alex. Daly 

Joseph Varin 

Edward Trudell 

Joseph Duval 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


2 00 


2 00 


37 00 


37 00 


36 63 


36 63 


52 7 


43 00 


10 86 


10 86 



15 40 
15 20 
15 10 
15 80 
18 00 
17 40 
15 20 
17 40 
17 10 
23 00 
15 70 



392 49 



Balance paid by Government. 



15 40 
15 20 
15 10 
15 80 
18 00 
17 40 
15 20 
17 40 
17 10 
23 00 
15 70 



382 79 
200 00 



182 79 



MONTMAGNY. 

J, D. Lepine, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable. 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery...., 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

Albert Bender 

Narcisse Gauthier .... 

Cleophas Talbot 

S. Gamroche ,. 

C. Methot 

John Langlois 

George Fournier 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


16 49 


16 49 


40 20 


35 20 


1 50 


I 50 


48 40 


28 60 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


16 20 


16 20 


17 80 


17 80 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


18 00 


18 00 



91 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Montmagny — Concluded. 



Phillip Gendreau 

Jean Stanislas 

W. Guay. 

Alfred Tremble ... 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 




239 29 



Montmorency. 

Gabriel Dick, Returning Officer — 

Persooal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery, 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

John Keough * 

A. N. Blouin 

James Brown 

Isaac Lapointe o 

Basile Marquis 

Telesphore Dick 

Emile Dick 

Edmonde Rosseau , 

The Parish of St. Tite 

Louis Poulin 

V. E. Dick 

J. B. Gosselin 

Joseph Blouin 

G. L Dick 

P. Blair 



Total 

To over charge on account V. E. Dick per Returning Officer. 



60 00 
8 00 

22 69 

34 80 
4 00 

57 00 
4 25 

21 00 
14 70 
16 20 

13 60 j 
12 40 

14 40 | 
14 10 

16 40 ! 
19 00 | 

17 60 

16 40 

17 00 

18 00 j 
18 40 
12 50 ! 



Less paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government. 



433 4+ 
1 00 



432 44 



60 00 
8 00 

22 69 

34 80 
4 00 

57 00 
4 25 

21 00 
13 70 

16 20 

13 60 
12 40 

14 40 

14 10 

15 40 
19 00 

17 60 

16 40 

17 00 

18 00 
18 40 
12 50 



430 44 



100 00 
330 44 



Montreal, East. 



L. N. Duvernay, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer, 
do Election Clerk..... 

Extra services of Returning Officer - 
copying 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof... 

Printing, advertising and stationer}.... 

Mileage, cab-hire, &c 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

Louis Preville ... 

Alphonse Gosselin ,« 



Swearing D. R. O. and Extra 



60 00 

L19 00 



19 50 
22 50 



K 00 



1 jo 00 


10 00 


560 25 


276 60 


07-1 10 


398 88 


712 00 


HO 00 



18 50 
21 50 



92 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons— Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Montreal East — Continued. 



Z. Beauehamp 

T. Dowd 

R. St. Jean 

L. Ethier 

A. Cinqmars . 

H. Sauvi'v 

J. C. Danserau 

A. Girard 

J. C. Closter 

Arthur David 

B. L. Lepage 

A Therien 

J. T. Dillon 

Charles Arnoldi 

F. X. Castonguay .... 

A. Grenier 

Charles Glackmeyer. 

S. C. Stevenson 

F. X Gauthier.. 

C. T. Picard 

Jos. Laurin , 

Ernest Lacucille 

Cyrille Proteau 

A. Lepailleur 

P. B. Morin 

Wm Cane 

Hei;ri Lesage 

C. F. Beaudry 

T, Lamoureux 

J. N. Panze 

P. Macdonell 

Eugene Brissette 

Alfred Labelle 

M- Contant , 

P. B. Laviolette 

L. D. Mignanet 

A. St. Jean , 

J. Sipl ng 

Simeon Lesage .., 

L. N. Lacasse 

A. L. Jobin 

Louis Labergre» 

Theophile Girouard 
J. Hudon , 

E. N\ St. Jean 

M. Perrault 

L. A. Grenier 

Wm. Ahern 

Charles Morette 

A. Panneton 

F. X. Perras 

G. A. Normandin.... 
Alphonse Jacques..., 

A. Marion 

BeDJ. Parent , 

H. a. Lanthier. 

Benoni Lassalle 

C. H. A. Guimond... 

H. Desalaberry 

Marcel Lemarbre . . 

J. E. Codere 

Joseph Baby. 

F. X. Demers 



$ cts. 



22 


50 


19 50 


22 


50 


22 


50 | 


19 


50 


19 50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


19 50 


22 50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


19 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 1 


22 


50 


22 


50 


19 


50 


22 


50 


19 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


19 


50 


19 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


19 00 


22 


00 


22 


00 


22 


00 


19 


50 


22 


00 


22 


00 


19 00 


22 


00 


22 


50 


19 


00 


19 50 


22 


00 


19 00 


22 


50 


22 


50 


22 


50 


19 


50 


19 


50 


19 


50 


22 


50 


19 50 


19 50 



93 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec— Continued 



Constituencies. 



Montreal P^ast — Concluded. 



L A. Payette 

Vital Tremblay^ ... 

Charles Grothe 

Adolphe Brault 

Services of 69 Special Constables. 



Claimed. 


Paid. 


$ CtH. 


$ cts. 


19 BO 


18 BO 


22 50 


21 BO 


19 50 


18 50 


22 50 


21 50 


69 00 





3,812 35 


2,247 85 




100 00 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government , J j 2,147 85 



Montreal, West. 

L. A. DesRosier, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer... 
do Election Clerk , 

Extra do Returning Officer 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Building at Nomination and Declaration. 

Mileage and cab hire . 

Rent of office for Copying Clerks 

55 Special Constables 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

W. F. Ritchie 

A. Atwater 

A. Periy, jun.. 

J. Hutchison 

H. T. Duffy 

H.Shaw 

J. E. Tourangeau 

D. B. Macpherson 

F. L. Gundlack 

James E. McTntyre 

\V. S. Walker 

W. D. McNeill 

H. Grant , .... 

R. P. Madden 

J. T. Campbell 

Francis Vallary ... 

James Shea 

Alphonse Pharon 

Telesphore Valade 

P. D. Laroche 

J. O Trempe 

S. Casavard 

F. O. Wood 

J. O. Simpson , 

W. T Blanchard 

D.J. Hoerner 

G. Martineau. 

D. Fraser 

L. A. [Jufresne 

J. W. Rou3sil 

P. Bi^njonette ... 

W. Leran 

A. Elie 

E. J. Stenton 

\V. P. McN'allay 

J. A. Seers 

H. F. Hoerner ... 



60 00 


60 00 


122 00 


8 00 


85 00 


10 00 


426 00 


187 50 


459 85 


202 45 


5 <*0 


4 00 


680 00 


76 00 


84 00 




55 00 




8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 60 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 



8 50 
8 50 
s SO 
8 50 

8 50 
8 B0 

8 50 [ 
8 50 / 
8 50 I 
8 50 , 
8 50 
8 50 
8 50 
8 50 
8 50 



8 60 

8 50 



8 50 
8 5" 
8 50 
8 50 
8 BO 
8 50- 
8 50 
8 50 
8 50 
8 BO 
8 5o 
8 50 
8 BO 
8 50 
s 60 
8 5" 
8 60 
8 50 

8 60 
h 60 

S 5o 
8 50 



94 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. Paid. 



Montreal, West — Concluded. 



0. C UouillarJ 

C. B. Branet 

E. V\\ P. Guerin... 

W. L. Allen. , 

A. Menzies... 

F. Cusson 

J. W. Grose 

P. I. McXaughton 

G. B. Papinean 

G. Groves ~ 

J. H. M. Taylor 

D. Henault .... 

George Carter 

Arthur Lefebvre 

Robert McKinstry..... 

A. A. Lefebvre ... 

P. B. Badeaux 

Z. Beaufort 

Rent for 55 polling-places with screens. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 60 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 '50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


8 50 


715 00 


636 50 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government ... 



3,159 85 



1,651 95 
100 00 



1,551 95 



J. E, 



Montreal, Centre. 



copy- 



Mcllin, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Extra services of Returning Officer, sub-dividing Voters' Lists. 

ing Voters' Lists and Instructions 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof, and copying same 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration. 

Mileage (includes establishing polling-places, cab-hire, posting 

notices, &c.) 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 

Rent of 42 polling-places 

42 Special Constables.. ..... 

Rent of office and light for H month , 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

M. Fogarty I 

D. Stevenson j 

J. Doherty. 

P. McCrory 

J. McCoy 

M. Arahill 

W. E. Mullin 

A. Choquet 

H. J. Geriken... 

P. J. Curran 

J. A. Brown 

R, Warren 

P. A. Patton 

W. Keys 

A. Dorais... 

Z. Turpin , 

P. Doherty , 



60 00 i 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


259 00 




185 80 


164 80 


565 00 


274 62 


5 00 


5 00 


12 00 


4 00 


460 00 


79 00 


60 00 


10 00 


420 00 


420 00 


42 00 


35 00 


60 00 




11 00 


11 00 


10 00 


10 CO 


11 00 


11 00 


11 00 


11 oo 


11 50 


11 50 


10 26 


10 25 


11 00 


11 00 


8 00 


8 00 


11 60 


11 60 


11 00 


11 00 


8 50 


8 50 


7 75 


7 75 


10 00 


10 00 


7 00 


7 00 


10 75 


10 75 


10 50 


10 50 


11 00 


ll"00 



95 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 




Montreal, Centre — Concluded. 



L Tessier . 

T. Anderson 

A. O'Regan 

C. H. McHugh,. 

Jas. Smith 

F. Douse 

H. Flanagan 

J. O'Rourk 

J. Duane 

J. Patton 

P. Dinahan 

A hooper 

L. G. Moir 

J. E. McNally... 
P. O'Donoghue. 

B. Emerson 

R J. Nelson 

W. E Leinhas 

S. Cross 

J. McCanu 

A. E. Gauthier . 

D. M. Sexton 

I. N. LeBrenche 

Jos, Fyfe 

H. Roman 



$ cts. 



Total ". 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



2,571 35 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



10 50 


10 50 


12 35 


12 35 


8 10 


8 10 


10 60 


10 60 


9 00 


9 00 


11 50 


11 50 


10 50 


10 50 


10 GO 


10 60 


11 75 


11 75 


10 00 


10 00 


11 50 


11 50 


10 50 


10 50 


12 00 


12 00 


11 35 


11 35 


12 50 


12 50 


11 50 


11 50 


8 50 


8 50 


11 60 


11 60 


10 00 


10 00 


7 50 


7 50 


8 00 


8 00 


12 35 


12 35 


10 00 


10 00 


8 50 


8 50 


11 00 


11 00 



1,494 97 
100 00 



1,394 97 



Napierville. 



E 



Bouchard, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' List and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Milt age j 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery..: 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Ch. Bedard 

N. Gover 

J. II. Martin 

F. Robert 

F. Labelle 

M. Heroux 

Wm. Surprenant ... 

Patrick Halpin 

Richard Lamasse 

Raymond Robert 

M6'deric Cadudal 

J. C. Girard 

A. Barette. 



Total ... 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 
8 00 

34 00 
67 70 

35 60 

a 75 

12 40 
12 80 

11 80 
10 10 

12 00 
15 00 

15 00 
17 40 
17 20 

16 80 

15 40 ' 

16 40 j 
16 00 I 



306 35 



60 00 
8 00 

34 00 
55 30 

35 60 
2 75 

12 40 
12 80 

11 80 
10 10 

12 00 
15 00 

15 00 
17 40 
17 20 

16 80 

15 40 

16 40 
16 00 

383 95 
100 00 



283 93 



96 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec— Co ntinuect 



Constituencies. 



NlCOLKT. 

Joseph A. Blondin, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

J. H. Biron 

E. Thibodeau 

Adolphe Hibert 

E. Tremblay , 

N. Rivet 

O. Rousseau 

L. Champoux , 

II. Tourignay 

H. H. Houde 

J. H. Villeux , 

Pierre Prince 

R Couture ' 

Alphonse Dion 

Louis Deschaines 

T. Leduc 

E. Prince 

A. Thibodeau 

Theopbile Roy ... 

F. X. A. Rivaud 

David Malhoit 

A. 0. Desilets 

J. A. Poirier 

G. E. Jacques 

Moyse Carbonneau 

Edmond Beliveau 

G. Desilets 

Maurice Desfosses 

P. Milot 

F. K. Piche 

No. 2, St. Wenceslas 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid bj Government....... 



Claimed. 



$ cts 



60 00 
8 00 

75 00 
118 82 
6 57 
8 00 ! 

99 20 I 

18 00 



Paid. 



% cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

75 00 

83 52 

6 57 

4 00 

99 20 

18 00 



16 30 


16 30 


15 00 


15 00 


15 20 


15 20 


15 50 


15 50 


15 60 


15 60 


17 80 


17 80 


14 30 


' 14 30 


17 20 


17 20 


18 00 


17 00 


17 00 


17 00 


15 80 


15 80 


14 30 


14 30 


15 80 


15 80 


15 80 


15 80 


14 60 


14 60 


15 20 


15 20 


15 80 


15 80 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 00 


15 00 


16 20 


16 20 


16 20 


16 20 


15 00 ; 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 60 ! 


15 60 


15 00 j 


15 00 


15 00 ! 


15 00 


15 00 | 


15 00 


861 59 j 


821 29 
ion no 



721 29 



County of Ottawa. 

Wm. Washburn, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c... 
Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

Thomas White 

Charles Logue 

James G. Wright 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


121 20 


121 20 


40 




238 90 


158 48 


1 79 




683 40 


391 50 


16 60 


16 60 


15 50 


15 50 


17 00 


17 00 



97 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



County of Ottawa— Conch/fed. 



Hiram Dunning 

H. McLean 

W. R. Kenny 

A W. Deetjan 

John Avlen 

I). Trean de Coeli..., 
G. L. Chitty , 

A. Prudhomrue , 

ThuUias Harper , 

James Harrison 

G. J. Marston 

J. 0. Arcbambanlt.. 

G. G. Cladouin 

Robert Farley 

B. P. Cooke 

N. Tetreaa 

Jos Beaudier — 

J 0. Lafemere 

G. J. Marston, jun ., 
P. Thos. De.-j-irdins 

Edwin Mason ... 

John G. Miller 

John R. McElroy 

Edmund W. Murray. 

F. J. Wilson 

Pat. H, Smith 

X Ten ao 

John D. Murray 

John Cosgrove 

Michael Lavell 

D. McCallum 

A. Campbell 

Alex, Campbell .... 

J. A. Biehler 

Jas. HcCab • 

P. >. MaoKay 

J. B. N. Papiueau ... 

J. L. Taillefer 

Louis R. Poulin 

H. \V. Raley , 

P. A. Quesnel 

J. B. St. Pierre , 

P G. Aubry 

Hercules Cherrier. .. 

Lucien Gauvreau 

Geo. Johnston 

Robert Scannell 

A. Cates 

P. P. Pellissier 

John Brooks 

S. C. Kenny 

B. N Reid 

Benj. Baiubridge .. ... 

W. C. McComber 

P. II Wright 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government , 



$ cts 

p. I" 

16 i 

16 00 

15 00 

10 10 

15 40 

16 00 
15 (-(. : 

2i (0 ! 

21 00 I 
21 00 
21 40 
21 00 
21 00 ' 
21 (0 
21 80 
21 00 I 
2 1 - • 
21 00 

15 00 i 

16 60 

17 00 
15 80 
17 00 
15 00 j 
15 00 ' 
15 10 | 
17 00 
17 00 . 
17 00 
17 00 I 
17 00 , 
17 00 
17 00 : 
17 00 | 
15 00 
15 50 
15 00 I 
17 00 i 
15 00 ! 
15 60 

15 80 ; 
L6 20 

16 00 
1.7 00 I 

17 00 , 

15 00 : 
lfl 00 . 

L6 20 
17 00 

16 20 

17 00 

14 80 
16 CO 



$ Ct& 

15 40 

16 00 
16 00 
15 00 
10 10 

15 40 

16 00 
15 00 
21 00 
21 00 
21 00 
21 40 
21 00 
21 00 
21 oo 

21 0O 
21 00 
21 00 
21 00 

15 00 

16 60 

17 00 
15 80 
17 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 10 
17 00 
17 00 
17 00 
17 00 
17 00 
17 00 
17 00 
17 00 
15 00 
15 50 
15 00 
17 00 
15 00 
15 60 

15 80 

16 20 
15 00 

17 00 

it; 20 

17 00 

15 00 

15 00 

16 20 

17 00 

16 20 

17 00 
14 80 
16 60 



2,094 59 



1,719 I 8 
100 00 



L619 08 



5 6-7 



98 



EXPENSES of Late Elections for Mouse of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Cons tituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Mi:< 

Deputy Ri 

Jan 

W. 



PONTIAC. 

W. Rimer, Returning Officer— 

Personal services of Returning Officer. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Veers' Lists and Certificates thereof .. 

Ha lot Boxes. 

Pi iting, advertising and stationery. ... 

go 

mrning Officer — 

es Moore...- 

North Onslow 

ley 

Patrick Mulligan , 

Jobn Ramsay ,.. 

No. 2 Bristol 

Stephen Smith • 

John Strutt ........ „ 

S. A. Mackay... 

I. M. Hod gins .., 

C. B. Togo-art 

R. R. Armstrong 

C. G. Rimer 

Thomas li. -Jraham 

W. Bissett.e 

Win. Gardner 

C. Barsalon 

Gerald H. Brabazon 

Win. McVeigh 

F. H. Ouelett 

John Hon an 

John Prindfoot 

G. L. Pasche 

James Coghlan 

Chichester 

Terrance Smith 

Thomas McGuire - 

Lawrence Slattery 

Richard Muruhy 

Robert J. Breadner 

W H. Meredith 



% cts. 



$ cts. 



Total 

J^ess error in addition Returning Officer's account 
Less error 



Less amount paid by Candidates 
Balance paid by Government 



60 00 


8 00 


1 00 


49 00 


4 55 


70 10 


277 60 


16 80 


17 40 


15 20 


15 20 


11 25 


14 60 


17 80 


1") 80 


17 00 


17 40 


18 60 


16 20 


15 00 


15 00 


14 40 


19 00 


19 40 


20 00 


17 00 


11 40 


15 00 


15 00 


23 00 


17 20 


17 50 


17 00 


16 70 


15 50 


15 70 


18 20 


11 00 



976 50 
1 00 



975 50 



PORTNEUF. 

H. Q. Db St. Gborgks, Returning Officer — 

Personal services as Returning Officer - 

do Election Clerk 

Legal services 

Voters' List? and Certificates thereof 

ballot Boxes -... 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

M.akiug up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


7 13 





54 15 


54 15 


6 05 


4 05 


83 20 


72 20 


00 75 


58 10 


22 08 


12 08 



99 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Portnbup— Concluded. 



Deputy Returning Officer — 

Charles Riufret 

Alexis Cayer 

Flavien Mondor 

Thomas Sissons 

Zenophile Brunet 

Thelesphore Tapin ...., 

N. Fournior 

D. Watter3 

H. Collette 

Hercule Tapin , 

H. Fournier 

F. Savary 

Jean Garneau 

Victor Leclerc 

Narcisse Morissett 

J. Garnean 

Evariste Page'- 

Fred. Richard 

L. P. Bernard 

Joseph Blais 

C. A. Dubuc 

Arthur Matte 

A. 0. Mayraud 

Gideon Trotiier , 

Samuel Germain 

J. Bte. Dassault 

I. Godfroi Bernard... 

Hugh Mooney 

Edward Mooney 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 



Paid. 



* cts. 



Total 

Less paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government. 



19 00 


10 00 


21 00 


21 00 


13 80 


13 80 


21 00 


21 00 


is 00 


17 00 


15 00 


14 00 


20 00 


20 Oo 


17 20 


16 2o 


13 80 


13 8o 


14 60 


14 60 


20 Oo 


20 00 


20 00 


19 80 


22 00 


22 00 


16 00 


16 00 


13 00 


13 00 


18 05 


17 05 


15 80 


15 80 


12 30 


12 30 


16 00 


14 00 


U 00 


14 00 


15 20 


13 20 


13 40 


13 40 


17 20 


16 20 


23 00 


1 22-00 


14 00 


13 00 


12 90 


12 90 


20 40 


20 40 


21 00 


21 00 


20 60 


20 60 



811 61 



755 63 

loo 00 



655 63 



Quebec, East. 

Isaie Nolkt, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Rent of 51 polling houses and screens for same 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Victor Marier . 

Napoleon Pouliot 

Simeon Garneau 

O.J. J. Fortier 

Loui3 N. Servais 

Chas. G. Taithond 

L. F. Trudel 

Joseph Lenoir 

Napoleon M. Dechene 

George Deroche 

Cyrille Langlois 

Joseph Octave Goulet 

L. A Lapointe 

Frederic Lanzier 

5 6— 7i 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 O0 


1 0O 


173 82 


173 82 


132 50 


102 75 


100 35 


59 76 


101 00 


401 00 


12 oo 


10 00 


10 80 


9 Kit 


9 00 


9 00 


10 00 


10 DO 


9 00 


9 oo 


8 40 


8 40 


9 oo 


9 00 


8 00 




8 00 


8 00 


in 00 




9 00 






8 50 


9 00 


• 


9 00 


• 



100 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Quebec East — Concluded. 



P. If, Laberge 

Cbas. Maicottc 

Alphonse Gagnon 

Alfred Lauren eel le ... 
George A. Labranche. 

W. H. Taylor 

H. Sansfacon , 

Edouard Begin 

S. J. Chalifoux 

Edouard Fortin ... 

J. B. Hamel 

A. Vaillancourt 

Alfred Dufresne 

J. A. J\Iarquis. 

X. J. Belanger 

Edrnond Guillot 

Cbas. Trudelle 



$ cts. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



1,175 37 



Paid. 



$ CtS- 



8 50 


8 50 


9 00 


9 00 


8 50 


8 50 


9 00 


9 00 


10 00 


10 00' 


9 10 


9 10 


10 25 


10 25 


11 00 


11 00' 


9 00 


9 00- 


10 OD 


9 00 


11 40 


8 40 


8 30 


8 30 


11 40 


8 40 


9 80 


9 80 


13 50 


9 50 


9 00 


9 00 


10 00 


10 00 



1,089 77 
100 00 



989 77 



Quebec, WesL 

C. N". Montizambert, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Printing, advertising and stationery... 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 



Balance paid by Government 




40 00 

4 00 

1 00 

17 56 

10 00 

1 00 



73 56 
50 00 



23 56 



Quebec, Centre. 



Chas. Alleyn, Returning Officer- 
Personal services as Returning Officer., 
do Election Clerk.... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery.. 

Mileage 

Rent of 16 polling houses 

Screens, &c., of 16 polling houses 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

R. C. Pentland 

E. Alleyn 

J. J. Lavery.. ..... 

E. Doucet .. 

J. L. Bell 

A. W. Bisson 

J. Roy 

J. Turcotte 

S Morriset 



O. Charlewood. 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


63 96 


63 96 


60 55 


51 75 


30 00 


14 40 


160 00 


160 00 


48 00 


48 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 



101 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 


Claimed. 


Paid. 


C. Talbot 


Quebec Centre — Concluded. 


$ 


ets. 

8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 


$ cts. 

8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 


R. L.Thorpe 

F. Frechette 


A. Pruneau 


T. Roche 


8 00 


J. S. Aube 


8 00 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



558 51 



534 11 
100 00 



434 11 



Quebec County. 

Jos. E. Bedard, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk ......... 

do Constable , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Building at Nomination and Declaration.., 

Mileage 

Special Constable 

Deputy-Returning Officer — 

Remi Plamondon 

Abraham Faradis 

A. P. Provencal 

Napoleon Parent 

Leon Terripre 

W. Bedard 

J. B. Martel 

J. U. Bedard 

Jos. Hamel 

Jos. Martel 

F. H Dion 

Wm. Munro 

Frs. Gallagher 

Thomas Mullally 

Patrick Kerr 

John McBain 

Wm. McBain 

Geo. Smith 

F. Letellier 

A. F. Hamel 

Michael Murphy 

R. Stanfield 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

82 50 

87 75 
77 
4 00 

56 60 
6 00 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

70 51 

67 31 
77 
4 00 

47 70 
6 0o 



19 85 


19 85 


24 15 


20 15 


17 55 


16 55 


21 00 


15 0O 


]« to 


18 20 


23 80 


22 80 


18 10 


18 10 


18 20 


18 20 


20 00 


20 00 


21 oo 


21 00 


23 60 


18 60 


20 00 


20 00 




18 00 


is 00 


18 00 


17 00 


17 00 


21 30 


23 30 


21 00 


21 00 


26 13 


2fi 00 


22 10 


20 60 


22 00 


20 00 


23 00 


•i:>, 00 


37 80 


29 80 



$780 40 



Balance paid by Government 



$709 44 
100 00 

$609 44 



LOS 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec —Continued 



Constituencies. 



Richelieu. 

P. Goevrhmont, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk.. 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. , 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage -. , 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

H. Piche 

W. H. Chapdelaine 

Charles Dorion 

Ernest Turcotte. 

Isaie Sylvester , 

J. 0. Dauphinais 

W. H. Carter 

J. B. Berard 

D. Guevremont 

R. S. L. Hayden 

S Burke.... 

Pierre Cartier 

J. 8. P. Bazin 

J. A. Dorion 

J. A. Goddard 

S. M. Brunault 

J, B, A. Marchesseault .-. 

Clement Harpin 

0. Dupre 

A. P. Bouchard 

Antoine Nadeau 

Sequins Oufault 

Lindor Bthier 

Edouard Koch 

George Angers 




Total. 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 



GO 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


85 50 


85 50 


105 45 


80 45 


80 00 


60 00 


2 50 


2 50 


15 20 


15 20 


15 10 


15 10 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 20 


15 40 


15 40 


16 20 


16 20 


18 40 


18 40 


19 80 


19 00 


17 80 


17 80 


20 80 


19 90 


20 10 


19 70 


18 00 


18 00 


20 40 


19 40 


19 00 


19 00 


21 00 


21 00 


22 20 


20 60 


20 60 


19 00 


22 20 


21 20 


20 00 


20 00 


.6 20 


22 80 


796 25 


740 55 




100 00 



640 55 



Richmond and Wolfe. 

P. Duval, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk • 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes and packing boxes ... 

Printing, advertising and stationery ... 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

R. D. Vibert , 

Geo. S. Cartel 

Jno. C. Cleveland 

Tim. Leet 

J. P. Healey 

J. Bedard 

W. Brooke 

xYo. 8 

F. Smith , 



60 00 

8 00 , 

1 00 

82 23 

30 

144 75 

50 00 

185 00 



19 60 
19 00 
16 80 
13 00 

13 00 

14 80 

15 00 
15 40 
15 00 



60 00 
8 00 

i oa 

82 23 

30 

96 75 



145 00 
10 00 

19 60 

12 80 
16 80 

13 CO 

13 00 

14 80 

15 00 
13 40- 
15 Ofr 



103 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Que bee — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Richmond and wolfe — Concluded. 



S cts. 



$ cts 



James S. Fowler.... 
Henry a. Holland. 
James H. Raokin... 
C. W. Maynard 

E. Browner 

Edwin G. Moxey . 

J. E. Benoit. 

J. B. 0. Millette .... 

Moise Watier 

Benjamin Millette.. 
Maxime Phenix .... 

J. Z. Miquelon 

P. N. Bishops 

Geo. Adder 

Adolphe Guenette 

L. K. Duval 

Irene Dubord 

J. B. Delisle 

F. Fournier 

I ue Gosselin 

Thomas E. Hurley. 

R. Boulanger 

Joubert 

Pat. Blais 

E. Duroche .... 



No. 32 



15 60 


15 60 


17 40 


17 40 


16 40 


11 40 


18 00 


18 00 


14 00 


14 00 


15 00 


11 00 


14 40 


14 40 


14 00 


14 00 


15 70 


15 70 


15 00 


15 00 


16 20 


15 20 


14 00 


14 00 


15 80 


11 80 


10 00 


10 00 


15 40 


15 40 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


14 00 


14 00 


15 80 


11 80 


i4 00 


14 00 


15 60 


11 60 


15 00 


15 00 


19 00 


19 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 



Total 

Less paid by Candidates. 



1,061 15 



Balance paid by Government. 



902 98 
100 00 



802 98 



Rimousii. 

A. E. Guay, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer .,., 
do Election Clerk , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Pri ting, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, Ac 

Mileage . 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

J. B. Belanger 

J. B. Martin 

Chas. Gagnon 

L. R. Gauvreau 

Geo. Sylvaia 

Jos. Parent , 

C. A. Dube 

A. P. Letendre 

Luc Sylvain .... 

D. Begin 

Alphonse Fournier 

L. Thos. Laroche 

Adolphe Mariin 

J. VV. Miller 

Jos. Desrosiers 

F. R. Pineau 

Augu^te Lavoie 

C F. Lapointe. 

Joseph Pelletier 

On. Martiu 

Hector Roathier 

J. t\ Pelletier 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


70 00 


70 00 


103 95 


95 45 


16 45 


15 45 


430 40 


278 60 


14 25 


14 25 


12 20 


12 20 


12 10 


12 10 


16 00 


16 00 


15 50 


15 50 


18 20 


18 20 


16 20 


16 20 


1ft 20 


15 20 


16 20 


16 20 


17 00 


17 00 


18 00 


18 00 


18 40 


17 40 


21 00 J 


19 00 


15 oo 


15 00 


16 00 , 


16 00 


19 60 ! 


19 00 


19 00 ' 


17 00 


16 00 


15 00 


14 50 


14 50 


16 00 


16 00 


23 00 


19 oo 




14 20 



104 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



i Claimed. 






Rimouski — Concluded. 



Duncan McGregor.. 

Lncien Martin 

L P. Sauciei 

Zeph. Lauoaette.... 

Ed. Talbot , 

T. R. Paradis ..... 
D F. de St Aubin. 

A. 0. Roy 

J. H Joncas 

Horace Chouinard.. 

Vital Oharett 

Edmond Desgagne. 



Total 

Less error in addition. 



$ cts. 

17 60 

18 00 
12 60 
14 30 

14 20 
16 20 

15 90 

18 20 

19 80 
25 80 
29 00 
23 40 



Paid. 



$ cts. 

17 60 

18 00 
12 60 
14 30 

14 20 
16 20 

15 90 

18 20 

19 80 
19 00 
19 00 

16 40 



1,276 35 



Less amount paid by Candidates. 
Balance paid by Government 



1,081 65 
60 20 

1,021 45 
100 00 



921 45 



ROUVILLK. 

H. E Poulin, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

L. E. Marie 

Ed. Cadieux 

J. A. Fournier 

Jules Massay.... , 

Amedee Guillet , 

Elie Ostigus 

J. E. Gaboury 

James Code 

P. R. Pelletier 

A. F. Maynard 

Jos. Adam 

F. Mennier 

J. O. Pion 

Anguste Pelletier 

S.J. Pelletier ... , 

L. M. St. Onge 

L. P. Godreau 

Onias Crossfield 

J. N. Mondon 

Isaie Gingras..,. 

J. A. Authier 

P. A. Ouellette 

P. Bertrand 

N. D. D. Bissette 

H. E. Masse ,. 



Total 

Less received from Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


120 50 


120 50 


2 00 


2 00 


150 98 


94 98 


1 55 


1 55 


103 60 


98 60 


15 40 


15 40 


16 20 


16 20 


16 20 


16 20 


16 20 


16 20 


15 50 


15 50 


16 40 


16 40 


15 00 


15 00 


16 40 


16 40 


17 20 


17 20 


17 40 


17 40 


19 00 


19 00 


15 20 


15 20 


18 00 


18 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


16 60 


16 60 


15 60 


15 60 


19 00 


19 00 


15 20 


15 20 


17 80 


17 80 


15 40 


15 40 


14 40 


14 40 


14 40 


14 40 


14 40 


14 40 


17 00 


17 00 



859 13 



798 53 
100 00 



698 53 



105 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed 



St. Hyacinthe. 

H. St. Gekmain, Returning Officer — 

Personal services ot Returning Officer. ... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Attending at recount— Returning Officer . 
do Election Clerk .... 

Voter?' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, <fec 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

Maurice St. Jacques 

R. St. Jacques 

I. 0. Guertin 

H. Barbeau 

I. B. Garneau 

Elzear Chabotte 

Paul Decedes 

Joseph Moriu 

X. Marchesseau .... 

Louis Benoit 

Louis Brin 

Alexis Millet 

F. X. B >isseau 

I E. LeBlanc 

Noe Gurais 

Paul Bonin . 

A. Durocher 

F LeSsard , 

I. M Desroches ... 

Eugene Sicotte 

Xorbert Sylvester ; 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



60 00 
8 40 
i 00 
8 00 
4 00 

56 00 

59 97 
4 75 

24 80 

12 40 

18 40 
17 40 

10 40 
21 40 I 

11 40 | 

12 20 J 
17 40 
15 00 

19 00 
17 60 
12 40 
19 00 
12 40 
17 00 

14 00 
19 ()«» 

15 40 

16 20 

17 tin 
12 80 



555 32 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



60 00 
8 40 
1 00 



50 50 

59 97 

4 75 

21 80 

12 40 

18 40 
17 40 

10 40 
21 40 

11 40 

12 20 

14 40 

15 00 

19 00 
17 60 
12 40 
19 00 
12 40 
17 00 

14 00 
19 00 

15 40 

16 20 

17 60 
12 *0 



534 82 
100 00 



434 82 



St. Maurice. 

R. Keibnan, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 
Mileage 



Deputy- Returning Officer — 
L( 



ouis Comeau 
A. Garceau . 

J. Milot . 

Z. N. Gelinas 
N. Gelinas ... 

P. Hieroux 

A. B>urnival I 

A. biisseite ! 

T. Pellerin 

D. irigon I 

D. Margret m | 

H. E. Bellerive \ 



60 


00 


S 


00 


•21 


24 




11 


94 




80 


15 


00 


14 


80 


M 


00 


14 


80 


1 J 


60 


IS 


20 


IS 


60 


17 


20 


20 


00 


17 


25 


18 


00 


16 00 



60 00 
8 00 

21 24 

05 36 
94 

33 70 

15 00 
14 80 
14 00 

14 60 

II 60 

15 20 

15 00 

16 20 

16 00 

17 25 
17 00 
15 00 



lot; 



BxPBNSBS of Late Elections lor House of Commons — 


Quebec — < 


Continued 


Constituencies. 


Claimed. 


Paid. 


iSr. Maurice— Concluded. 

L. F. LaBarre 

J. E. Genest 


$ cts. 

17 60 

17 00 




$ cts. 

16 60 

17 00 






Total 


455 94 


410 49 


Less amount paid by Candidates , 


100 00 








Balance paid by Government 


310 49 








Shefford. 

Joseph Lefebvre, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 


60 00 

8 00 

65 04 

139 70 

69 80 

14 00 

12 50 
11 00 
11 60 
11 70 

11 00 

15 20 
17 40 
17 40 

13 20 
15 60 

21 00 

19 80 
15 40 

14 60 

15 80 
17 20 

22 40 
17 20 

16 00 

20 00 

19 00 

20 60 

17 20 

12 50 

11 60 
15 00 

14 40 

15 00 

12 20 


60 00 

8 00 

65 04 

118 90 




69 80 


Deputy Returning Officer — 


14 00 


J. R. Taitre 


12 50 


0. B. Kemp.. 

Geo. Tait 

E. D. Newton 

B. A. Haskett 

Wm. Blackwood.... 

J. G. Cowie .... 

Geo. Vittie 

Wm. P. Cook 


11 00 
11 60 
11 70 
11 00 
15 20 
17 40' 
17 40 
13 20 


J. A. Tomkins o , 


15 60 


F. X. Mayotte 

Jos. H, Lefebvre .. »■ 

Napoleon Fontain 

Chas. Gillespie 


. 21 00 

* 19 80 

15 4a 

14 60 


C has. Robert 

{Stanislas Bachand 


15 80 
17 20 


PS Grandpres 

Jos. Charbonneau 

S. Lapalme. 

IJ. Poirier 

Cha=5. Tartel 


22 40 
'7 20 
16 00 
20 00 
19 00 


W. Bartlett 


20 60 


John Murphy 

Clement St. Onge 

F. X. David 

J. N. Taitre c 


17 20 
12 50 
11 60 
15 00 


J. M. Brown , 

A. Audettf- 


14 40 
• 15 00 


L. H. Knowlton 


12 20 


Total . 


810 04 


,'89 24 
150 0O 










639 24 









107 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Sherbrooke Town. 

Daniel Thomas, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 
Building at Nomination and Declaration.. 
Mileage 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 



Claimed. Paid 



Balance paid by Government. 



$ Ct8. 



$ cts. 



40 00 


40 00 


4 00 


4 00 


1 00 


1 00 


47 95 


47 95 


14 00 


12 50 


1 10 


1 10 


2 00 


2 00 


18 40 


18 40 


128 45 


126 95 




50 00 



76 95 



St. John's. 

Charles Nolin, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable ... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Printing, advertising and stationery . 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage ••- ••• 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Stanislas Cote 

Ertmond Morel 

Jules Quesnel 

LA. Mayrand •••«. 

Alexander Chasse 

J. A. Fournier 

Arthur Chartand 

Camdle Lamarre 

Joseph B. Maury 

Julien Gagnon 

Zephirin R. Hamel 

Charles Belanger 

Joseph H. Roy 

J. U. Tremblay 

E. J. Force 

W. A. Canfield 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



60 00 
8 20 

1 00 
31 94 

104 33 

2 50 

61 30 
4 09 

8 00 
15 40 
L2 40 
15 40 
12 40 

15 40 
12 4(i 

12 80 

u oo 

13 00 

16 00 
15 07 
12 40 
Ifi 40 

17 00 
is 20 



498 63 



60 00 
8 20 

1 00 
31 94 
67 55 

2 50 
42 00 

4 09 

8 00 
16 40 
12 40 
15 40 
12 40 

15 40 
12 40 

12 80 

14 00 

13 00 

16 00 

15 07 
12 40 
15 40 

17 00 

18 20 



442 55 
100 oo 



Balance paid by Government. 



342 55 



Soula.ngks. 

James Steve:-s, Returning Officer— 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Cierk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Priritif.fr. advertising and - ationery 

Postage"', telegrams, express charges, &c 



60 00 ! 

B 60 

1 00 ' 

2 j .'.; 

'>■:, 7:; i 

2 76 ; 



00 00 
K 0i > 

1 (0 
24 31 
47 73 

2 75 



108 



SN8ES of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Soul an g bs— Conclude d. 



Mileage 

M.iking up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Reluming Officer — 

L A. Gladu 

J. H. Thisdale 

Kdouard Quillet 

J. Bte. Besserer » 

J. R. Waters . . 

Theophile Marcoux 

Joseph Tabeau , .... 

J. A. Legris 

A. McNown 

F. Be?sonnette .. 

E. Lalande. , „ 

Pierre Doucet 

Jno. D. Grange 

C. Lalande 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



Claimed. 



$ Ct3. 

73 00 
3 00 

12 40 
15 80 

14 70 

12 10 

13 20 
12 40 

15 30 
15 60 

14 30 

15 60 
15 80 
15 80 
21 60 
15 40 

438 39 



Paid. 



$ cts. 

58 80 
3 00 

12 40 
15 80 

14 70 

12 10 

13 20 
12 40 

15 30 
15 60 

14 30 

15 60 
15 80 
15 80 
18 00 
15 40 



412 59 
100 00 



312 59 



Stanstbad. 

C. A. Richardson, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk ... 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery , 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

James McKee 

Geo. A. Cushing 

W. H, Cowhard 

Hiram Howe 

E. S. Buckland 

W. H. Lovell 

V. Truell .. 

R. G. Trenholme 

Otis Thurtleff. 

F. X. Des Rosiers 

Eli Ives 

Levi Bl. Parker 

George W. Kegar 

Wrr.. J. Mears 

Morton A. Bullard 

Heury St. Louis 

T. Byron Rider 

Moses Blount 

John G. Christie 

David A. Mansur 

Patrick Hackett 

John Lorimer 

Alfred N. Thompson 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


3 50 


3 50 


86 70 


56 70 


2 95 


2 95 


90 80 


90 80 


4 34 


4 34 


15 20 


15 20 


11 00 


11 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 60 


15 60 


15 30 


15 30 


18 20 


18 20 


15 40 


15 40 


10 00 


10 00 


11 00 


11 00 


15 40 


15 40 


15 00 


15 00 


14 00 


14 00 


10 60 


10 60 


14 30 


14 30 


14 20 


14 ?.0 


14 20 


14 20 


11 00 


11 00 


10 00 


10 00 


13 20 


13 20 


15 70 


15 70 


15 80 


15 80 


14 00 


14 00 


15 00 


15 00 


575 89 


546 39 





100 00 



Balance paid by Government 



446 39 



109 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec— G 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. Paid. 



Terrebonne. 



$ cts. 



Louis G. Lachaine, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election (Jleik .... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

\ aking up and transmitting Returns to Clerk ot Crown in Chancery.. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

J. Filiatrauit 

J. Matke 

E. Gibault 

V. Mathieu 

J. Carey 

L. L. J. Loranger , 

Frs. PanzG 

C. Jenvene 

J. Landry - 

Alphonse Forget 

O. Forget 

D. Desroches 

N. 0. Simard I 

J. Murray j 

P. Villeneuve I 

M. Levesque ' 

E. P. Germain | 

A. Seguin „ 

T. W. Lapointe | 

V. Charbonneau i 

G. Gareau , 

E. Grignon •• 

C. Robichand 

C. C. Lajeunesse 

L. Labelle . 



S cts. 



60 00 ! 


60 00 


8 00 I 


8 00 


25 40 


25 40 


1 00 


1 00 


104 00 


76 50 


83 80 


73 80 


10 00 


10 00 


17 60 


14 20 


13 50 


13 50 


'11 40 


11 40 


14 00 


14 00 


12 00 


12 00 


11 00 


il 00 


14 00 


14 00 


14 20 


14 20 


18 00 


18 00 


15 00 


15 00 


12 00 


12 00 


14 00 


14 00 


15 00 


14 00 


11 00 


11 00 


14 00 


14 no 


15 20 


15 20 


12 60 


12 60 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


17 00 


11 00 


15 20 


15 20 


11 80 


11 80 


15 00 


15 00 


13 00 


13 00 


11 20 


11 20 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates , 


640 70 


592 80 

100 00 


Balance paid by Government 




•102 80 








Terrebonne— Special. 

L. G. Lachaine, Retnrning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer. . . 


40 00 

4 00 
25 00 
20 00 

5 00 


40 00 

1 i 


Printing, advertising and stationery 


15 00 
20 00 


Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 






Total 


94 00 


79 00 
50 00 








Balance paid by Government 


29 00 









110 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



City of Three Rivers. 



S».\ krk Dumoi:mn, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof... 

Printing, advertising and stationery.... 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

N". Grenier 

F. X. Tnreotte 

P. L. Hubert 

0. Dumoulin 

N. Marchand .. 

R. S. Cooke 

Jos. Martin 

J. A. Olivier 

J. M. Desilets 



S cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

17 65 

49 82 

4 80 

21 00 
23 00 
21 00 
17 00 
21 00 
21 00 
21 00 
21 00 
20 30 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



327 57 



S cts. 



60 00 

8 0O 

1 00 

17 66 

49 82 

4 80 

21 00 
23 00 
21 00 
17 00 
21 00 
21 00 
21 00 
21 00 
20 30 

327 57 
100 00 

227 57 



City of Three Rivers — Special 



Severe Dcmodlin, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returnig Officer.. 

do Election Clerk... 

do Constable 

Printing, advertising and stationery. 
Mileage 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate, 

Balance paid by Government .... 



60 00 
4 00 

1 00 
28 83 

2 40 

96 23 



40 00 
4 00 

1 00 
10 00 

2 40 

57 40 
50 00 



7 40 



Two Mountains- 

Z, Rousille, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

A. Pilon 

Antoine Seguin 

T. O. Gagnon 

M. Brozeau 

A. Delaire 

C. H. Champagne 

A. Fortier 

A. Bernard 

D. Leonard 

L. O. Blondin... 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


2 00 


1 00 


37 50 


37 50 


01 44 


45 69 


1 00 


1 00 


96 60 


55 00 


19 00 


19 00 


15 60 


15 60 


15 00 


15 00 


23 00 


23 00 


17 40 


17 40 


14 20 


14 20 


13 80 


13 80 


16 20 


16 20 


14 10 


14 10 


19 60 


18 60 



Ill 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Two Mountains — Concluded. 



$ Ct9. 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



J. E. Cleroux 

E Lernaire 

P. Uarriere 

Olivier Drouin... 

John Hauna 

L. P, Belair 

Edoiard Lemay. 
S. Garriere 



14 00 | 
11 40 
17 00 j 

15 80 

11 no 1 

14 10 I 
19 GO I 

15 40 ! 



Total 

Less paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 



593 14 



Temiscouata. 

Elie Mailloux. Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — i 

A. St. Jorre 

L. E. Hudon 

E Gauvreau - 

F. V. Rouleau 

L. N. Girard 

C. A. Casgrain 

J. B. Cote 

H. Langelier 

J. P. Chabot 

L. M Lapointe 

M. H.St. Jorre 

Martin 

Dallaire 

B Beaulieu 

Hudon 

Michaud 

C. T. Dobe 

Thomas Jones 

J. P Roy 

L. T. Puize 

W. Miville 

P. April 

P. P, Pelletier 

A. P. Beaulieu 

M. LeBel. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government. 



702 61 



14 00 
11 40 

17 00 

15 80 
11 00 

14 50 

18 20 

15 40 



492 39 
100 00 



392 39 



GO 00 


GO 00 


8 00 


8 0O 


1 00 


1 00 


39 24 


39 24 


41 38 


41 38 


6 69 


6 69 


13 85 


113 80 


10 00 


10 00 


23 00 


19 00 


23 00 


19 00 


23 80 


19 00 


24 60 


19 00 


10 75 


10 75 


15 00 


15 00 


14 60 


14 80 


18 00 


18 00 


23 00 


19 00 


14 20 


14 20 


17 40 


17 40 


19 40 


19 00 


18 60 


18 60 


14 20 


11 20 


15 40 


L5 40 


17 60 


17 GO 


11 40 


11 40 


15 60 


15 60 


14 50 


13 60 


10 80 


10 80 


13 00 


13 Oo 


22 00 


22 00 


11 40 


11 40 


11 20 


11 2<> 


20 00 


18 00 



676 76 
100 00 



576 7G 



112 



Expki !' late Elections for House ot Commons— Quebec — C 



Constituencies. 



Vaudrbuil. 

Frs. pe Sales Bastikn, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Geo. Thivierge 

E. II. Lalonde 

James Ahearn 

P. Brule 

Joseph Onesime 

A. M A. Moffatt 

Antoine Phaneuff 

John McMillan 

Jules A. Desjardins 

.Napoleon Thnuvette 

Ant. Lefebvre 

J L. Desjardins ■ 

Thomas Burke 

Louis Campeau .... 

F. de Sales 0. Turcotte. 




Total .... 

Less amount paid by two Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 CO 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


31 15 


31 15 


98 51 


72 01 


99 50 


61 00 


10 00 


10 00 


19 50 


19 50 


12 00 


12 0O 


16 80 


16 80 


13 60 


13 60 


13 40 


13 40 


15 00 


15 00 


16 40 


16 40 


16 60 


16 60 


16 00 


16 0O 


16 80 


16 80 


16 00 


16 00 


20 60 


20 60 


18 00 


18 00 


15 60 


15 60 


17 40 


17 40 



551 86 i 



486 86 
100 00 



386 86 



Vercheres. 

Aime Geoffrion, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 
do Election Clerk ... 
do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof . 

Printing, advertising and stationery . 

Mileage 

Deputy Retuning Officer — 

Louis Milotte 

George Gravel 

L. R. Provost 

Napoleon Malo 

L. Gravel 

E. D. Tetreau 

J. B. Laporte 

F. L. Palardy. 

L. A. Bousquet 

Pierre Dausere 

Jerome Jacques 

F. X. Buziere 

H. Amiot ... 

A. Choquet 

Gilbert Bernard 



Total - 

Less a nount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



1 

1 
60 00 


8 00 


I 00 


22 50 


92 60 


44 60 

| 



18 CO 

17 00 

19 00 

18 60 

14 10 

19 00 

15 00 
19 00 

18 80 

19 00 

18 60 

19 00 

18 00 

19 00 
18 00 



498 80 



60 00 
8 00 
I 00 
22 50 
75 60 
38 60 

18 00 

17 00 

19 00 

18 60 

14 10 

19 00 

15 00 
19 ) 

18 80 

19 00 

18 60 

19 00 

18 00 

19 00 
18 00 



475 80 
100 00 



375 80 



113 



Expenses of late Elections for House ol Commons— Quebec — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Yamaska, 

Louis M. Blondin, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 


$ cts. 

60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

28 65 

63 69 
78 

47 70 

15 00 

14 00 

16 20 
13 40 

15 90 
22 20 

16 20 

12 60 
15 80 
11 00 
19 00 
15 00 
15 80 

13 20 


$ cts. 
60 00 


do 


Election Clerk 


8 00 


do Constable 

"Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 


1 00 
28 65 


Printing, advertising and stationerv 


42 97 


Postages, telegrams 


, express charges, &c 




Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer- 
0. Boisvert 


47 70 




15 00 


J. L. Belcourt . 


14 00 


A.J. McDonald 


16 20 


Geo. Folster 


13 40 


Godfroy Lemache 


15 90 


0. H. Coutre 


15 20 


Mo'ise De Blois - - 


16 20 


James Salvas 




12 60 




, , 


15 80 


F. X. Rivard 


11 00 


Dr. C. Gill 


19 00 


Diogene Dubois 


15 00 


A. 0. Fortier , - 


15 80 


C. Campbell Sheppt 


ird . 

Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates r. 

Balance paid by Government, 


13 20 




425 12 



336 62 
100 00 




296 62 



5 b-S 



114 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Continued 

NOVA SCOTIA. 



Constituencies. 



Annapolis. 

Phter Bonnktt, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Attending at recount — Election Clerk 

do Constable .... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Balltt boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Post^es, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mile.-ge 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

"J. H. G. Parker 

Manly. White 

H. F Burns 

Angus M. Gidney 

B. H. Parker 

James Carleton 

E. H Porter 

Wm. V. Vroom 

John L. Rice , 

Geo. Kennedy 

James Longley 

Wm. Chipmau.. 

W. E. Stanatt 



N. B. Spinney 
Richardson Harris 



Thomas Phinney 

Beriah Spinney 

17 Poll Clerks, at $2 

Mileage of Deputy Returning Officer and Poll Clerks. 
15 polling booths, $59.50 ; 12 screens, $19.83.. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



Claimed. 



% ots. 



524 09 



60 00 


8 00 


4 00 


2 00 


27 00 


24 13 


32 63 


67 


129 53 


4 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


34 00 


33 80 


79 33 



Antigonish, 



Henry P, Hill, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

13 Ballot Boxes and padlocks 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, Ac- 
Mileage 

13 Deputy Returning Officers' accounts..- 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 

8 00 

21 59 

19 50 

29 37 

1 65 

50 40 

173 60 



364 11 



115 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Nova Scotia — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Cape Breton. 



No account received. 




Paid. 



$ cts. 



Colchester. 

Charles Blanchard, Returning Officer — 

Personal services as Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk. 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot Boxes j 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage j 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 

22 Screens 

Deputy Returning Officer — ; 

Edward Fulton i 

G. V. McLellan | 

W. A. Fulmer , I 

John Yuill I 

Chas. Blanchard I 

L.I. Crow - I 

William Creelman , 

E. Tupper , 

A B. Fletcher 

John D. McMitt .". 

Isaac McCurdy 

William McHil ty 

James A. Cox ~ 

Jamt-s Graham , 

S. D. McLellan 

James F. Blanchard , 

R. N. Purvis , 

Archibald Campbell 

S. G. A. Morrison 

Robert D. By*»rs 

C. P. Blanchard ... 

J. B. McCully 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates, 



Balance paid by Government ... 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

25 70 

24 64 

41 90 

101 50 

30 00 

66 00 

13 00 
22 20 
16 80 
12 70 
12 20 
12 20 
16 00 

14 60 
12 80 
12 80 
12 80 

12 20 
14 00 

13 60 

14 00 
16 00 
18 00 
12 20 
12 60 
14 00 
12 80 
16 00 



672 24 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

19 70 

24 64 

41 90 

101 50 

10 00 

66 00 

13 00 
19 20 
13 80 
12 70 
12 20 

12 20 
16 00 

13 60 
12 80 
12 80 
12 80 

12 20 

14 00 

13 60 

14 00 
16 00 
18 00 
12 20 
12 60 
14 00 
12 80 
16 00 

639 24 
100 00 



539 24 



Cumberland. 

Roderick McLean, Returning Officer — 

Personal services as Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Extra do Returning Officer, through illness and refusal of 
D.R.O. to act 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes «......« 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 

Rent of booths and screens - - ~ 

5 6-8J 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

15 00 
6 00 

65 50 

36 00 
124 75 

11 75 
608 60 

10 00 
124 00 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

15 00 
6 00 
65 50 
36 00 
82 25 
11 75 

194 10 
10 00 

124 00 



116 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Nova Scotia — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Cumberland — Concluded. 



Deputy Returning Officer- 

R. W. Chipman 

Albert Byng 

Rufus Wood 

Alexander Reid 

Z. Mackay 

M. H Logan — 

Charles McCabe 

B. Douglass 

J. W. Schueman 

A.J. Hill 

H. W. Baker 

A. A. Stevens 

Eph, Howard 

William Macnab 

W. Moffat 

K. Hunter 

W. Y. King 

A. G. Morse 

A. McGillvray 

J. D. Kimlan 

Robert W. Schell 

J. M. Atkins 

Cyrus Bent- 

D. McKay 



Error in addition. 



Total 

Less paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government. 



Claimed. 



% cts. 



8 00 
10 40 I 
17 60 I 
17 40 
27 40 

10 10 
17 00 
12 40 
15 80 

11 20 

12 20 
20 00 

9 90 

13 40 
12 00 
11 00 

9 10 
6 00 

15 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 50 
8 00 

22 60 



1,381 50 
15 00 



1,366 50 



Paid. 



% ct. 



DlGBY, 

W. H. Taylor, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery , 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Henry Blaksler 

Edward J. Haines 

William H. Taylor 

Edward McKay 

Edward Haines , .. 

Jame3 D. Sullivan. M , 

Edward Everitt 

Edward H. Oakes 

George Prime 

C. Maude Melanyon 

Basil H. Robicheau 

Reuben Perry 



60 00 
8 00 
2 00 

24 61 
8 00 

20 25 

1 64 

163 10 

5 00 



1 

15 40 i 


15 40 


7 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


15 40 


18 20 


11 80 


15 80 


14 60 



117 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Nora Scotia — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Digby- Conclude d. 



John H. Smith 

Henry C. Sabeau 

Jacob C. Robbins 

Benjamin Hunt 

Jeremiah McLaughlin. 



$ eta. 

15 40 

16 20 
15 40 
15 40 
15 80 



Total ... 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



546 40 



Paid. 



$ ota. 

15 40 

16 20 
15 40 
15 40 
15 80 



545 20 
100 00 



445 20 



GUTSBOROUOH. 

T, C. Peart, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer ~ 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes (20 and 20 locks) - ~ 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

A. J. Cunningham -. 

N. Torey 

S. Hood 

J. Hartley 

J. E. - - (Crow Harbor) - 



Jame3 Young 

D. Gunn 

D. McLean 

M. McGrath , 

T. McKeen 

W. McKenzie... 

J. Gillis 

J. Cruikshank... 

T. OWeil 

A. B. Cox 

J S. Nfickerson. 

W. G. Scott 

J. H. Torey 

James Stewart- 



60 00 

14 00 
2 0(0 

22 36 
33 06 
37 28 

2 65 
160 65 

23 50 

40 

15 30 
12 20 
12 40 

14 00 | 
12 00 I 

12 00 
8 00 

18 80 

13 70 

15 00 

16 35 

16 80 i 

11 50 j 

12 00 I 

13 00 | 

17 40 

19 00 

14 20 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



618 49 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 
13 50 
33 00 
35 53 



143 55 



9 40 

14 30 
12 20 

12 40 

13 00 
12 00 

12 00 
8 00 

18 00 

13 70 

14 50 
16 35 
16 80 

11 50 

12 00 

13 00 

15 00 
15 00 

14 20 



547 93 

100 00 



447 93 



118 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Nova Scotia — Continued 



Constituencies. 



City of Halifax.. 



Halifax. 

Joseph Bell, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage -. , 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 

Booths and screens for the City of Halifax... 

do other than those included in the Deputy Return- 
ing Officers' accounts, for the County 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

f D. Dunbar , , 

Thos. Abbott 

Thomas Clay 

Duncan Campbell 

J. B. Cross 

L.'.W. DesBarres 

J. W. Johnston 

J. J. McKeil 

Hugh McD. Henry 

H. Oldright 

J. Miller Robinson , 

Geo. S. Yates , 

H. B. Clarke 

W. A. Black 

Daniel J. Smith .... 

Robert Nelson , 

J. T. Hamilton , 

H. W. C. Boak.. , 

Edward Palmer , 

T V. Woolrich 

Wm Taylor 

Edward Goudge 

Henry Price 

[John Ervin 

John Hays 

Francis Munro 

Andrew Gray 

G. J. Longard 

James Fraser 

F. H.Bell 

J. E. Hosterman 

John W. Watt 

C. E. Burgess 

John Thomas , 

Charles Hamilton * 

John Lingley.... 

A. McPhee 

Henry Cruikshank 

David Archibald 

Edward Ryan „ 

J. B. Black 

D. W. Archibald 

J. E. Comore 

Henry Phelnut 

Fred. Ray 

William Gould 

John Short 

James Sellers 

James L. Griffin 

A. E. Lawlor 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

218 45 

73 68 
127 16 
592 60 

20 00 
159 40 

51 00 

7 00 
7 00 

7 00 

8 00 . 
8 00 I 
7 00 

7 00 

6 00 

7 00 

7 00 

8 00 

7 00 

8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 
8 00 

7 00 

8 00 
7 00 
7 00 
7 00 

7 00 

14 00 I 

11 00 

15 00 
19 00 

17 00 

12 00 

9 40 
9 20 

14 40 

14 00 

15 80 

15 00 

19 00 

16 00 
16 00 

20 00 

13 20 
11 00 
16 20 
15 50 
22 00 

14 50 

15 60 

18 60 
15 00 

8 50 



1 8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


7 00 


8 00 


7 00 


7 00 


7 00 


7 00 


14 00 


11 00 


15 00 


19 00 


17 00 


12 00 


9 40 


9 20 


14 00 


15 80 



119 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Nova Scotia — Continued 



Constituencies 



Halifax — Concluded. 



L. P. Fairbanks 

James Farquhaison.. 

Fred. Scarfe 

Robert Cutler 

John A. Shiers 

Geo. B. Hubley 

John C. Shattord- .... 

John Kirner 

Samuel Burris 

Geo. Rawlings 

James Gardiner 

James Innes 

Hezekiah Cleveland. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



Balance paid by Government 




Inverness. 

Robert McDougall, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

Deputy- Returning Officer — 

Walter Lawrence 

A. O. Quin 

E. McMullin 

Allan McDonald 

Allan McLennan 

Donald McDonald (No. 21) 

Donald McDonald (No. 19.) 

Donald McDonald (No. 4) 

Donald McDonald (No. 16) 

H. R. McDonald 

Donald McMullin 

Donald Smith 

John McEachern 

Angus McCormick 

Alexander McLellan. 

Allan Mcintosh < 

Duncan McLean 

Alfred Taylor 

William L. Tremaine 

Thomas Ethridge 

Hugh Gillis 

Alexander McDonald 



Total : 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

29 00 

54 00 

35 47 

4 10 

83 40 

16 50 

17 10 
15 20 
15 40 
15 90 

14 70 

15 40 
17 20 

16 00 

15 40 

16 20 

16 80 

17 00 
15 20 
15 50 
15 70 

15 90 

18 00 

16 30 

15 60 

16 00 
16 60 

628 57 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

23 60 

54 00 

34 07 

4 00 

74 00 

16 50 

17 10 
15 20 
15 40 
15 90 

14 70 

15 40 
17 00 

16 00 

15 40 

16 20 

16 80 

17 00 
15 20 
15 50 
15 7t 

15 90 

18 00 

16 30 

15 60 

16 00 
16 60 



612 0T 
150 00 

462 0T • 



120 



EXPENSES of late Elections for House of Commons — Nova Scotia — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Kings. 

John M. Caldwell, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk I 

do Constable I 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof • 

Ballot boxes and packing boxes therefor I 

Printing, advertising and stationery j 

Mileage . — I 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery..] 
Poll Houses and screens - 1 

Deputy Returning Officer — | 

Edwin Rand ~ | 

J. P. Lyons I 

Enoch Griffin 1 

Stubbard Sweet 

David Bertany ! 

John Reddin 

Russell Coldwell 

Jas. S Morse , 

F. G. Curry 

A. G. Morse 

T. R. Harris 

Geo. McGregor „ 

A. A. Pines I 

Dan. Parker 

Wm. A. Tupper 

D. R. Huntly 

W. J. Wallace , 

Joshua Chaje 

Geo. Munro 



$ cts. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government].... 



60 00 


8 00 


4 00 


22 00 


45 00 


61 25 


339 80 


20 00 


114 20 


15 00 


15 70 


15 60 


16 80 


16 00 


15 40 


15 00 


15 20 


16 20 


14 80 


11 60 1 


23 00 


16 00 


15 60 


16 00 


16 30 


15 80 


16 60 


16 60 



885 05 



Lunenburg. 

J. H. Kaulbach, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk ...„ 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Aubrey B. Caldwell 

Henry Cleveland 

William S Drew 

J. H. Wade 

George Stratford... 

J. H. Kaulbach 

Daniel Owens 

W. J. Dauphine 

Benjamin Lenicken ,. 

George Worthylake 

James M. Metzlee 

James D. Selig 



60 00 


8 00 


1 


00 


13 


50 


32 


66 


65 


38 


1 


50 


233 


75 


10 


00 


11 


00 


13 


80 


11 


00 


15 


00 


12 


80 


8 


50 


12 


00 


12 


80 


11 


80 | 


12 


00 1 


12 


50 


15 


60 ] 



121 



Expenses of lat* Elections for House of Commons — Nova Scotia — Continued 



Constituencies. 



LuxvsBVKQ—Concluded. 



Josiah Rudolph 

E. H. Solomon 

James H. Eventzel .... 
Abraham Rothenlusen 

Nelson Chesley 

George Burpee ... 

George Rossa 

Clarence McCully 

T. S. Atkinson 

Charles Lindlev 

B. W. C Manning 

Thos. H, Cragg 

Daniel Himmelman 

Thomas E. Vaglen 

James Koch 



Claimed. Paid. 



$ cts. 

11 00 

17 75 

12 00 

13 00 
12 00 

11 00 

12 50 I 

12 00 

10 00 
9 50 

13 00 
15 20 

13 00 

14 00 

11 50 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



762 04 



$ cts. 

11 00 
17 75 

12 00 

13 00 
12 00 

11 00 

12 50 

12 00 

10 00 
9 50 

13 00 
15 20 

13 00 

14 00 

11 50 



727 54 
100 00 



627 54 



PlCTOU. 

W. H. Harris, Returning Officer— 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable at Nomiuation and Declaration 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. .. , 

Mileage (including Deputy Returning Officers' mileage) 

Making up and transmitting Returns t.o Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 

Rent of 27 polling places and making 12 screens 

30 Poll Clerks 

Swearing 30 Poll Clerks 

20 Constables 

30 Deputy Returning Officers 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 
8 00 

5 00 
55 00 
70 00 
72 28 

6 20 
215 90 

10 00 
144 00 
60 00 
30 00 
2u 00 
120 00 

876 38 



Pictou — Special. 

William H. Harris, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Retu ning Officer. M 

do Uleik 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 



Total •• 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 



40 00 
4 00 
8 oo i 

60 90 
100 90 



Balance paid by Government 



60 00 
8 00 

5 00 
55 00 
70 00 
67 28 

6 20 
195 70 

10 00 
144 00 

30 00 

20 00 

120 00 



851 18 
200 00 



651 18 



40 00 

i 00 

6 00 



100 90 
60 00 



50 90 



122 



Expenses Plate Elt itions for House of Commous — Nova Scotia Continued 



Constituencies- 



Claimed. 



Hants. 

Edward Curhy, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do C' nstable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 
Deputy Returning Omcers' accounts 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



$ cts, 



60 00 
8 00 

1 00 
25 50 
27 65 
31 00 
86 Oo 

2 (JO 
359 60 

600 75 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



60 no 
8 00 

1 00 
14 00 
27 65 
27 50 
76 00 

2 00 
359 20 



575 35 

100 00 



475 35 



Queens. 

J. N. Freeman, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer ..., 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof .... 

Ballot boxes... 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage ••. 

12 polling booths and making 12 screens.. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

William Kord 

Israel Hendry 

J. G. Pyke 

H. G. Freeman , 

J.B.Harlow , 

Zebulon M urray 

Donald Campbell 

Spencer Cohorn 

Joun Fitzgerald 

Ta< mas F. Campbell 

A hanington 



11 Pol 'Jierks 

Swearing Poll Clerks 

Mileage of Deputies and Poll Clerks. 
Constable at No 2 A 



Total 

Le3S amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government , 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


10 22 


10 22 


10 80 


10 80 


33 50 


33 50 


2 78 


2 78 


54 20 


54 20 


60 00 


60 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 0) 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 0) 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 (0 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


4 00 


22 00 


22 00 


12 00 


12 00 


7 4') 


7 s0 


1 00 ; 


1 00 



330 90 



330 90 
100 00 



230 90 



123 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Nova Scotia — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Richmond. 

John F. Fuller, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery, 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

George J. Andrew 

A. J Fuller 

Angus McNeil . 

Anthony Oliver 

Robert MeKenzie 

A. J. Boyd 

John D. Matheson 

John McDonald , 

John McKay 

Thomas Grady 

D R. Boyle 

Kenneth Morrison > 

Donald McKay ~. 



Claimed. Paid. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 



60 00 I 
8 00 I 



13 20 1 


19 50 i 


47 69 


56 60 


10 00 


11 40 


11 40 


14 20 


13 20 


12 20 


15 00 


11 20 


13 40 


12 20 


12 60 


11 20 


13 20 


20 00 1 



3S6 19 



$ Cts. 



60 00 
8 00 
2 00 

13 20 
19 50 
31 44 
56 60- 

10 00 

11 40 

11 40 

14 20 
13 20 

12 20 

15 00 

11 20 

13 40 

12 20 

12 60 
11 20 

13 20 
20 00 



371 94 
100 00 



271 94 



Shelburne. 

G. W. McLean, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

y Returning Officer — 

J. W Sweeney 

W. Homer 

E. A. Capsticks 

James McDonald 

John Bower 

John DeMolitor 

Nathaniel Williams 

S. M. Freeman 

Gabriel Robertson 

J. M. Snow 

John Uroncher 

W. B. Smith 

W. W. Brannin 

Jas. A McKay 

M. D. McGray 

G. W. McLean 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


15 00 


15 00 


34 00 


34 00 


46 00 


44 25 


1 25 


1 25 


136 90 


136 90 



12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 

ia oo 

12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 



493 15 



12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 



491 40 
150 00 



341 40 



124 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Nova Scotia — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Victoria 



David Dunlop, Returning Officer — 

Personal services ot Returning Officer. 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery- 
Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 
Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

J. S. McNeil 

Leonard McLeod 

Donald McLean 

John McLeod 

H. A. Hoyle 

Colin Munroe , 

John McNeil , 

David Dunlop , 

David McDonald 

William Cain 

Angus McRitchie 

J. C Boyd 

Malcolm Matheson 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government. 




Yarmouth. 

W. K. Dudman, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk , 

Ballot boxes, 20, and 20 padlocks 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

Phillip Hilton 

Jonathan Randall , 

J. Murphy 

J C. Anderson .. . 

0. W. Slocomb 

En«'s Gardner 

P. Lent 

G. J. Farish 

Rufus H. Symonds 

Daniel C Kilby 

Smith Horton 

Ansel Robbins 

Thomas C Moody 

Thomas B. Crosby 

Geo. (i. Sanderson 

G. B. Dudman 

Thomas Allen 



60 00 

9 00 

50 00 

77 35 

3 12 
48 50 

11 80 

11 00 

15 00 

16 00 

13 30 

12 60 

11 20 

12 60 

14 30 
12 00 
11 00 
11 00 
11 00 
11 00 

4 00 
11 00 
11 40 



F. C Gardner... 




11 00 

12 60 
11 00 


11 00 


George Crosby 

J. W. Raymond -- - 


12 60 
11 00 




Total 






482 77 


479 77 
100 09 




Balance paid by Government 








379 77 



125 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons - Continued. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Constituencies. 



Albert. 

Silas Ltnds, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot bo*es • 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 
Deputy Returning Officer- 
Samuel R. Moore 

Christian Steeves 

David Baizley 

Isaac N Gross - 

Ezra Steeves 

Wm. G. Reid ... 

John Keivet... 

R. H. Goggin 

John Magee 

J. A. M. Colpills ; 

Robert Thompson 



Claimed. 


Paid. 


$ cts. 


$ cts- 


60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


11 00 


8 50 


4 50 


4 50 


23 53 


22 03 


4 50 


4 50 


67 00 


62 20 


10 00 


10 00 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



12 40 
15 20 

15 00 

14 60 

16 20 
16 00 

15 00 
14 40 
18 40 

16 00 

13 00 



355 79 



12 40 
15 20 

15 00 

14 60 

16 20 
16 00 

15 00 
14 46 
18 40 

16 00 

13 00 



346 99 
200 00 

$146 99 



F. R. 



Carleton. 

J. Dibbles, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer.. 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Extra do Election Clerk, packing and preparing Lists, &c. 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballot boxes, 22 boxes with locks and handles.. . . 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage » 

22 Polling places • 

22 Screens 

22 Deputy Returning Officers 

22 Poll Clerks 

Swearing do •••■ 

22 Constables 

Mileage of 22 Deputies 

do 22 Poll Clerks 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government..- 

Note. a number of items in this account remain in suspense. 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 
15 00 
37 00 
35 20 
31 48 

3 20 
185 30 

88 00 
54 00 
88 00 
44 00 
22 00 
22 00 
19 40 

4 80 



718 38 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 



35 00 

27 23 

3 20 




54 00 
88 00 
44 00 
22 00 





342 43 
100 00 

242 43 



Charlotte. 
No Return. 



126 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — N.Brunswick — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Gloucester. 

R. B. Vail, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery.... , 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery... 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 



$ cts. 

40 00 
4 00 
1 00 

29 00 


1 50 
42 36 

2 15 1 
5 00 

49 50 
5 CO 



Balance paid by Government. 



179 51 



Kent. 

A, Gibouard, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Extra do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof ».. , 

Ballot boxes ■> 

Printing, advertising and stationery , 

Postages, telegrams, express charg'es, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery... 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

Robert Phinney 

Lewis Ballan.... 

A. Girouard > 

E. Whiten 

Allan Harris 

Thomas Irving 

Theo. Belledeau 

James Smith 

J. L. Ruhan 

Ed. Walker 

W. O. Black 

John Robertson 

D. Ruhan 

Thomas Freeker 

J. Ferguson 

G. A. Coates 

Alex. Mundle 

John Keswick 

Thomas G. Dickinson ~ 

John Harnett „ 

J. A. James 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



Balance paid by Government 



60 00 


8 00 


1 00 


16 00 


80 50 


29 00 


160 00 


3 00 


262 40 


6 00 


14 80 


17 20 


20 00 


16 60 


23 00 


15 20 


16 00 


13 20 


13 20 


18 40 


16 00 


19 80 


19 60 


20 00 


16 00 


20 00 


16 20 


18 40 


18 00 


15 60 


12 00 



60 00 


8 00 


1 00 


18 50 


29 00 


143 14 


3 00 


219 00 


6 00 


14 80 


17 20 


20 00 


16 60 


23 00 


15 20 


16 00 


13 20 


13 20 


18 40 


16 00 


19 80 


19 60 


20 00 


16 00 
20 00 



985 10 



m 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — N". Brunswick— Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Kings. 

S, N. Freeze, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer.. 

do Election Clerk , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Ballot boxes... 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

26 Certificates of Deputy Returning Officer's account 

25 Polling booths.. 

25 Screens 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

James R. McMonagh 

Edwin Arnold 

Caleb Fenwick 

D. B. Halfield 

William Keith 

Ebenezer Stockton , 

Amasa Kennedy 

C. D Fairweather , 

G. H. Flewelling 

James Cookson 

X. Herbert Vail , 

Robert Morrison 

G, G. G. Lecil 

0. R. Arnold 

Fred. W. Stockton 

N. H. DeVeber 

1. L. Hatfield , 

R. A. Ford 

William J. Brittain.. 

J. W. Sproul 

John A. Wright 

G. H. Wallace 

Weeden Fowler 

Charles T. White 

A. E. McLeod 

A. S. White 



Less amount under-claimed for D. R. Officers, as per their accounts 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 

60 00 
8 00 
33 00 
18 00 
71 36 

290 60 
13 00 
75 00 

100 00 

8 00 
12 00 

8 70 
12 00 
10 60 

9 60 
10 40 
10 80 

10 80 
12 00 

11 00 

10 40 

11 00 

12 00 

10 90 

11 00 

11 50 
10 20 

10 20 
8 20 

12 00 
12 00 

11 00 

10 40 

11 60 

12 00 



949 26 
20 



949 06 



Paid. 



$ cts. 

60 00 
8 00 
33 00 
18 00 
71 36 
265 20 

161 00 



8 00 
12 00 

8 70 
12 00 
10 60 

9 60 
10 40 
10 80 

10 80 
12 00 

11 00 

10 40 

11 00 

12 00 

10 90 

11 00 

11 50 
10 20 

10 20 
8 20 

12 00 
12 00 

11 00 

10 40 

11 60 

12 00 



896 86 
20 



896 66 
100 00 



796 66 



Northumberland, 

John Sheriff, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returoing Officer — 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Ballot boxes . .. • 

Printing, advertising and stationery. 

Building at Nomination and Declaration 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

M. S. Benson. 

Charles Marshall 

James Russell 

David Savoy **.*-. 



60 00 
8 00 

13 00 
2 50 

41 10 

12 00 

176 00 

5 00 

14 40 

12 80 
16 90 

13 20 



60 00 
8 00 

13 00 
2 50 

33 35 

12 00 

158 00 

5 00 

14 40 

12 80 
16 90 

13 20 



128 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— N. Brunswick-- Co ntinued 



Constituencies. 



Northumberland — Concluded. 



William Hay 

J. R. Goggin , 

Samuel Waddleton 

Geo. B. Fraser 

Daniel McMillan 

Enrich Bamford 

John L- Scofield 

R. M. Jacke 

William Hart 

Thomas Mullans 

Neil Gordon 

Joseph Chaplin 

Enoch Flitt 

Angus Campbell 

William McNaughton 

George McKay 

Phineas Williston 

A. R. McDougall 

Joseph McKnight 

No. 24, Parish of Alnwick... 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 



% cts. 

12 40 

13 40 
12 60 

14 60 
16 00 

15 20 | 

15 20 I 
12 00 

12 40 

14 80 I 

16 20 

15 70 I 

15 80 i 

13 00 

12 50 

13 80 

16 00 
18 00 
15 40 

17 60 

667 50 



Balance paid by Government. 



Queens. 

John Palmer, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable... 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

12 Polling booths, $48.00 ; 12 screens, $36.00. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

A. C. Worden 

Thos. W. Perry 

Bam. E. McDonald 

Daniel Palmer 

George W. H. Palmer 

Benjamin S, Babbit...., 

C. White 

W. O. SSlipp 

Benj S. Palmer 

T. M, Wetmore 

Caleb F. Fox 

Elijah T. Terrens 

Ed. Simpson 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 


8 00 


1 00 


10 00 


11 00 


65 74 


93 00 


84 00 


8 60 


9 60 


11 00 


10 60 


10 00 


10 00 


9 50 


9 00 


10 00 



11 00 

12 00 
8 00 
8 00 



460 04 



129 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — N.Brunswick — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Restigouche. 

W. H. Phillips, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer ..... 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 
Mileage 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



% cts. 



40 00 
4 00 
1 00 
3 06 
25 

75 90 



$ Cts. 



40 00 
4 00 
1 00 
3 06 
25 

45 90 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 

Balance paid by Government 



i 

! 124 21 

ate 1 




94 21 
50 00 


1 




44 21 



St. John (C'ty and Codntt.) 



Jas. A. Harding, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

George C. Coster 

James Geron 

C. A. Macdonald 

L. P. Ciear 

D. C. Robertson 

C. M. Hanford 

C. A Everett 

Samuel Edgett. .. 

Jas. A. Milligan 

Thomas Miilidge - 

C. D. Jordan 

J. Marshall Reid ■ 

John Willett 

Geo. Hutchison 

W. H. Halpenuy 

R. H. Sancton 

L. R. Maxwell 

James Ulive 

James E. Hamm 

John Leonard 

J. E. Longley 

R. Le B. Stevens 

W. A. Moore.. ••• 

J. F. Godard 

L. W. Longlev 

James Olive 

Joseph M. McNaught 

W. H. Peters 

J. F. Dustons 

James Lee 

W. Wallace 

Thomas Jordan ■ 

W. Smith 

Geo W. Gunter 

R. W. Skillen 



60 00 1 


60 00 


8 00 . 


8 00 


60 60 | 


60 60 


74 00 i 


74 00 


128 47 


97 07 


50 ! 


50 


L25 00 


99 90 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 CO 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


15 00 


15 00 


19 00 


1 19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


19 00 


15 00 


10 00 


15 00 


16 oo 


19 00 


19 00 


17 00 


17 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


19 00 


19 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 



5 6-9 



130 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — N.Brunswick — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



St. John (City axd County.)— Concluded. 



R. A. Courtney. 
W. D. Austin..... 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



$ cts. 

19 00 I 
19 00 



1,129 57 I 



Paid. 



$ cts, 

19 00 
15 00 



1,065 07 
200 00 



865 07 



St. John (Citv). 

A. Harding, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

21 Deputy Returning Officers, at $5 

21 Clerks, at §2 

21 Constables, at $1 

21 Polling-places and screens, at $11 



Total 

Less received from Candidates 



Balance paid by Government. 



60 00 
8 00 
60 50 
22 00 
59 35 | 
5 50 

105 00 
42 00 
21 00 

231 00 



614 35 



60 00 
8 00 
60 50 
22 00 
59 35 
5 50 

105 00 
42 00 
21 00 

231 00 



614 35 
100 00 



514 35 



Jas. 



St. John (City) — Special. 



A. Harding, Returning Officer — 
Personal services of Returning Officer. 

do Election Clerk ..... 

do Constable 

Printing, advertising and stationery... 



Total 

Less received from Candidate. 



Balance paid by Government. 



40 00 
4 00 
1 00 

13 00 



58 00 



40 00 
4 00 
1 00 

13 00 



58 00 
50 00 



00 



SUKBURT. 

James S. White, Returning Officer — 

Persona] services as Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable, Nomination and Declaration 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof ., 

Ballot boxes , 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage , 

9 Polling booths , 

9 Screens 

Mileage of Deputies and Poll Clerks, not charged in their accounts 

Deputy Returning Officer- 
James Shields 

Robert D. Wilmot , 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


2 00 


2 00 


11 00 


11 00 


10 60 


10 60 


33 65 


13 65 


88 40 


88 40 


36 00 


30 00 


27 00 


27 00 


24 20 


24 20 


12 80 


12 80 


16 00 


16 00 



131 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— N. Brunswick— Continued 



Constituencies. 


Claimed. 


Paid. 


James Hamilton... 


Sukbdry — Concluded. 


$ cts. 

9 60 

10 80 
13 00 
12 00 
12 00 
8 40 
25 20 

420 65 


$ cts. 
9 60 


John D. Wilmot 


10 80 


Luke E. Riely 


13 00 


Wm. E. Taylor ■ 


12 00 


Wm. G. Garrison 


12 00 
8 40 




25 20 




Total 


394 65 




Less amount paid by Candidates 

Balance paid by Government 


100 00 




294 65 











Victoria. 

A, D. Olmstead, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

15 Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery,. 

1 Extra Constable at St Leonards 

Polling booths, screens and mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

Moses Craig 

W. D. Graham 

Chas. McClusky 

John McClusky 

Moses J. Price 

Alphonse Bertrand 

J. F. Rice 

J. L. Hartt. 

Hil. Peltier 

Chas. E. Beckwith 

G. A. Bedell.. 

A. J. Beveridge 

B Kilburn 

R. W. L. Tibbits 

A. L. Coombs 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 . 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


15 10 


15 10 


30 00 


30 00 


19 64 


19 64 


158 20 


156 40 


5 00 


5 00 


1 00 




23 90 


23 90 


15 80 


15 80 


15 00 


15 00 


20 00 


18 00 


16 00 


16 00 


16 00 


16 00 


11 60 


11 60 


8 10 


8 10 


7 00 


7 oo 


10 40 


10 40 


18 40 


18 40 


12 00 


12 00 


15 00 


15 00 


11 50 


11 50 


16 00 


16 00 


6 20 


6 20 



520 81 



516 04 
100 00 



416 04 



&— 9J 



132 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— N. Brunswick- -Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Westmoreland. 

B. Botsford, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk , 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery ,. 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 

35 Deputy Returning Officers, at $4 each 

Swearing 35 Poll Clerks 

35 Poll Clerks, at $2 each 

35 Constables $1 , 

Mileage of Deputies and Clerks 

35 Poll houses 

Screens . 



cts. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government....... 



60 


00 


8 


00 


1 


00 


51 


10 


82 


50 


253 


32 


11 


00 


415 


00 


5 


00 


140 


00 


35 


00 


70 00 


35 00 


71 00 


156 00 


30 


00 



1,423 92 



York. 

"Teos. Temple, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer , 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Yoters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes - 

Printing, advertising and stationery ... , 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage] 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery. 
3i Deputy Returning Officers 

31 Poll Clerks 

32 Constables 

Swearing Poll Clerks 

Travel of Deputies 

do Poll Clerks 

25 Poll booths 

27 Screens 



60 00 


8 


00 


3 


00 


80 


00 


15 


00 


56 68 


15 


00 


547 


20 


10 00 


124 00 


62 


00 


32 


00 


31 


00 


31 


00 


31 


00 


140 


00 


81 


00 



Total > 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government] 



1,326 88 



Jtemj marke 1 thus * remain in abeyance waiting explanations, 



133 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Continued 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Constituencies. 



Prince County. 



A. 



E. Holland, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk , 

do Uonstable and Messenger. 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof. 

Ballotboxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Building at Nomination and Declaration. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

John C. McCarthy . 

Gilbert Berote 

Isidore Chaisson ...., , 

Robert Hockin 

Henry Gordon 

T. D. Woodman. 

John Hunter 

Neil Woodside 

Alfred Mc Williams 

S. Hart 

Joseph Murphy 

John Minard 

John O'Connor 

Finlay McNeill 

John Ramsay. 

S. H. Arsenault 

Aime Richard 

Philip Gaudet , 

R. H. McDonald , 

John Gaffaey 

James Gampbell 

James Courlie, 

Thomas Clark 

David Walker 

William Brown M 

James Ramsay 

H. S, McNutt 

Murdock Ross 

Hector Campbell 

John T. Murphy 

Jacob Schuman 

Martin Lomers 

J. D. Reid 

S. E. Reid 



Claimed. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid]by Government 



% cts. 



60 00 

8 00 

2 00 

46 00 

68 00 

109 64 

6 00 

124 20 

15 40 
15 40 

14 00 

15 80 
15 00 
15 40 
15 90 

17 00 
15 40 
15 00 
15 80 

15 80 

14 60 

18 40 

16 60 
11 20 

15 50 
15 20 

14 00 
18 00 
11 00 
18 00 
18 00 

15 40 

16 00 
16 50 

15 80 

16 60 

15 00 

16 30 
18 00 
16 60 
16 90 
15 20 



Paid. 



958 54 | 



$ ots. 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

46 00 

68 00 

97 49 

6 00 

127 80 

15 40 
15 40 

14 00 

15 80 
15 00 
15 40 
15 90 

17 00 
15 40 
15 00 
15 80 

15 80 

14 60 

18 20 

16 60 
11 20 

15 50 
15 20 

14 00 

15 00 

11 00 
15 00 

15 00 

12 40 

16 00 
16 50 

15 80 

16 60 

15 00 

16 30 
18 0O 
16 60 
16 90 
15 20 



936 79 
200 00 



736 79 



134 



Expenses of late Elections for House ol Commons — RE. Island — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Kings County. 

M. McCokmack. Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable , 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof , 

Ballot boxes. 

Printing, advertising and stationery „ 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

No. 1. A. R. Beeton 

2. Ronald McDonald 

3. James McDonald 

4. Roderick F. McDonald 

5. James Moynagh 

6. John C. McPhee 

7. Lawrence Kickham 

8. William Hooper 

9. Andrew Lewis 

10. John Webster ,.., 

11. RubertN. Cox ,. 

12. William Sterns .- , 

13. Michael Cunningham 

14. William Norton 

15. J. C. Underhay ... 

16. John P. Holland 

17. John F. Scrimgeour 

18. George F. Owen 

19. Richard W. Sprague 

20. Peter J. D. Edmunds , 

21. Charles D. Poole 

22. Pierce Gaul 

23. J.M.Aitkin 

24. James Clow ,.. 

25. John Cowan 

26. David Creighton 

27. Alexander J. McDonald 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 



989 07 



Paid. 



% cts. 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


63 50 


63 50 


54 91 


54 91 


108 91 


108 91 


5 45 


5 45 


288 20 


145 80 


16 40 


16 40 


17 80 


17 80 


15 00 


15 00 


16 80 


16 80 


16 60 


16 60 


16 20 


16 20 


16 40 


16 40 


16 50 


16 50 


8 00 


8 00 


15 00 


15 00 


17 00 


17 00 


14 50 


14 50 


14 50 


14 50 


14 00 


14 00 


9 80 


9 80 


16 30 


16 30 


13 80 


13 80 


16 40 


16 40 


17 30 


17 30 


12 00 


12 00 


16 90 


16 90 


14 50 


14 50 


17 50 


17 50 


14 50 


14 50 


14 40 


14 40 


12 00 


12 00 


9 00 


9 00 



846 67 
200 00 



646 67 



135 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — P. E. Island — Continued 



Constituencies. 



Claimed. 



Paid. 



Queens County. 

W. R. Watson, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable and Messenger 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery , 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

Alex. McNeill 

P. M. Bourke. 

James H. Bourke 

John Murchison 

Hector C. McMullin 

Simon W. Crabler. 

Willium Kaughan 

A. H. Yates 

Artemus Lord 

Edward Needham 

Alexander Hayden , -- 

George Anderson 

George B. McKay 

John C. Clark 

Hector Stewart 

John J. Coghlin 

Cyrus Crosby 

John VI. Robertson 

Peter McGrath 

Aubrey Fowle 

John McPhee 

David McEwen . 

J. R. Bourke 

Patrick Bearney 

John B. Stewart 

Duncan Kennedy 

Thomas McGrath 



$ CtS.| $ cts. 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government .... 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


2 00 


2 00 


11 80 


11 80 


10 10 


10 10 


91 20 


67 20 


1 25 


1 25 


261 78 


174 40 



16 20 | 

15 80 I 
18 60 | 

16 50 | 
15 60 : 
21 00 | 
21 00 I 
21 00 I 
21 00 I 
21 00 
21 00 
15 00 • 
15 00 
15 60 
15 00 

15 70 
;4 40 

17 20 
17 00 

17 00 

16 00 
16 00 
16 20 

18 00 
16 20 
16 20 
16 00 



911 33 



16 20 

15 80 
18 60 

16 50 
15 60 
21 00 
21 00 
21 00 
21 00 
21 00 
21 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 60 
15 00 

15 70 
14 40 

17 20 
17 00 

17 00 

16 00 
16 00 
16 20 

18 00 
16 20 
16 20 
16 00 



799 95 
200 00 



599 95 



Queens— Special, 

W. R. Watson, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer... 

do Election Clerk 

Extra do Returning Officer. .. 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 

Balance paid by Government.. ... 



40 fO 


4 00 


50 


7 75 


62 20 



114 45 



40 00 
4 00 
50 
7 75 

56 80 



108 55 
60 00 



58 55 



136 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons— Con tinned. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Constituencies. 



Cariboo. 

Gkorgr Byrnes, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 
Mileage , 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate 

Balance paid by Government. 




New Westminster. 

Henry V. Edmonds, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

do Constable 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery.. 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 

Mileage 

Deputy-Returning Officer — 

E. Dickinson 

W. H. Ladner 

W. D. Ferris 

Jas. Orr 

G. B, Murray , 

A. Peele 

G. H. Harrison 

John M. Clare 

J. McCutcheon 

J. L. Atkinson 

J. A. Halliday 

T. McK. Lambly 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 



150 00 

20 00 
2 50 

149 25 

10 00 

179 77 

4 24 

258 00 

22 00 
2© 50 
28 00 
25 00 

21 00 
^4 00 

19 00 
28 00 

20 00 
20 00 
30 00 
33 00 



150 00 

20 00 

2 50 

119 40 

10 00 

73 37 

4 24 

345 00 

22 00 

20 50 
28 00 
25 00 

21 00 
24 00 

19 00 
28 00 

20 00 
20 00 
30 00 
33 00 



Balance paid by Government, 



1,064 26 | 1,015 01 
| 100 00 

915 01 



Vancouver. 

Edward L. Prin, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

Special Constables 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Mileage ■. 

Making up and transmitting Returns to Clerk of Crown in Chancery.. 
Deputy Returning Officer — 

No. 1. C. N. Young 

2. Wm. Raybould 

3 J. W. Stirton 

4. E. B. McKav 

5. G. F. Deabble 



200 00 


150 00 


13 90 


13 90 


4 65 


4 65 


30 00 


30 00 


168 15 


168 15 


189 00 


189 00 


18 00 


18 00 


35 00 


35 00 


15 00 


15 00 


38 50 


38 50 


29 50 


29 50 


60 75 


60 75 



137 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — B. Columbia — Continued 



Constituencies. 




Vancouver — Conclude!. 



No. 6. F. G. Askew..., 

7. Henry Fry 

8. John Morley , 

9. Fred. Ford 

10. T. J. Skinner...., 

11. Fred. Robson.... 

12. Alex. Anderson. 

13. W. 0. Berkeley . 

14. J. C. Prevost ... 

15. John Minn 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government. 



% cts. 

26 00 
55 00 

52 25 

53 00 
39 00 

27 50 
23 00 
44 50 

28 00 
26 00 



1,176 70 



Paid. 



$ cts. 

26 00 
55 00 

52 25 

53 00 
39 00 

27 50 
23 00 
44 50 

28 00 
26 00 



1,126 70 
200 00 



926 70 



Victoria. 



Thomas Earths, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Extra do Returning Officer 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery... ., 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

No. 1. Jas. Chas Prevost, and Poll Clerk 

2. Wm. King Bull, do 

3. W C. Berkeley, do 

4. Wm. Henry Mason, do 

5. Robt. Jesse, do 

6. W. O. Robinson, do 

7. Edwin A. Leigh, do 

8. Wm. Fisher, do 



Expenses of polling stations, screens and Constables. 



Total 

Less from three Candidates. 



100 00 


100 00 


20 Co 


20 00 


11 75 


11 75 


29 50 


29 50 


50 50 


50 50 


266 25 


266 25 


90 75 


90 75 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


22 50 


22 50 


20 00 


20 00 


127 50 


127 50 


828 75 


828 75 





150 00 



Balance paid by Government 



678 75 



Yale. 

John Ussher, Returning Officer — 

Personal services ot Returning Officer. ... 

do Election Clerk 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c 
Mileage 



Total 

Less from one Candidate. 



Balance paid by Receiver-General, B. C. 



40 00 
3 00 
8 50 
1 00 
5 00 



57 50 



40 00 
3 00 
8 50 
1 00 
5 00 



57 50 
50 00 

7 50 



With reference to the election expenditure in the different British Columbian Oonitituenciei, I 
have to make the following explanation, which will BUppij a reason fur the difference between the 
mode of treating Victoria and Yale and that which obtained in the Dominion generally :— These 
accounts were examinevi and passed by the local Auditor, Mr. John Graham, who misunderstood in- 
structions which authorized him merelv to make certain advances to the various Returning Officers. 



138 



Expenses of late Elections for House of Commons — Continued. 

MANITOBA. 



Constituencies. 


Claimed. 


Paid. 


LlSGAR. 

Thos. Sinclair, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 


% cts. 

40 00 
4 00 

21 00 

17 00 
4 00 

43 GO 


$ cts. 
40 00 


do Election Clerk 

Ballot boxes 


4 0O 


Printing, advertising and stationery 


10 00 


Building at Nomination and Declaration 


4 00 


Mileage 


31 00 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 

Balance paid by Government .... 



Provencher. 

Jos. Lecomte, Returning Officer — 

Personal services of Returning Officer 

do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof 

Printing, advertising and stationery 

Postages, telegrams, express charges, &c. 
Building at .Nomination and Declaration.. 
Mileage 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidate. 



Balance paid by Government 



129 00 



40 00 
4 00 

11 84 

30 00 
2 70 
4 00 

71 10 



163 64 



89 00 
50 GO 



39 00 



40 00 
4 00 
50 

10 00 
2 70 
4 00 

41 30 



102 50 
50 00 



52 50 



Colin Inkster, Returning Officer- 
Personal services of Returning Officer, 
do Election Clerk 

Voters' Lists and Certificates thereof.. 

Ballot boxes 

Printing, advertising and stationery .. 

Mileage 

Deputy Returning Officer — 

John H. Bell 

Colin F. Strary 

Sidney Austin 

C. Constantine 

ChaH. W. Allan 

Edward Martel 

Victor Major 

Walter Goulding 

George McPhillips 

W. T. Lonsdale 



Total 

Less amount paid by Candidates. 

Balance paid by Government 



60 00 
8 00 

32 97 
30 00 

105 65 
6 40 

16 30 

29 50 

20 00 
19 00 

21 00 
21 80 
13 40 
15 40 

33 70 
18 40 



451 52 



60 00 
8 00 
22 97 
30 00 
63 15 
6 40 

16 30 

17 00 

17 00 
16 00 

18 00 
13 70 
13 40 

15 40 
20 70 

16 40 



354 42 

100 00 



254 42 



139 



Statement showing Amounts received from the several Candidates during 
the last G-eneral Election and Special Elections. 

ONTARIO. 



Electoral District. 



Addington 

Algoma 

Bothwell 

Brant, North 

do South 

Brockville ... 

Bruce, North 

do South 

Cardwell 

Carleton 

Cornwall 

Dundas 

Durham, East 

do West 

Elgin, East 

do West 

Essex. 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

Grenville, South 

Grey, South 

do East 

do North 

Haldimand ..... 

Halton 

Hamilton 

Hastings, West 

do East 

do North 

Huron, North 

do Centre 

do South 

Kent 

Kingston. 

Lambton 

Lanark, North 

do South 

Leeds and Grenville, North ... 

Leeds, South , 

Lennox 

Lincoln - 

London 

Middlesex, East 

do North 

do West 

Monck 

Muskoka , 

Niagara 

Norfolk, South 



No. of 

Candi- 
dates. 



Amount. 



Electoral District. 



100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

200 

100 ' 

1C0 ' 

100 

100 

100 

100 

150 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

150 

100 

200 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

150 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

loo 
100 

100 
100 
100 



Norfolk, North 

Northumberland, West., 
do East.. 

Ontario, North 

do South 

Ottawa 

Oxford, North 

do South 

Peel 

Perth, North 

do South . 

Peterboro', West 

do East 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew, North 

do South 

Russell 

Simcoe, North 

do South 

Stormont 

Toronto, West. , 

do Centre ,.... 

do East 

Victoria, South 

do North 

Waterloo, North 

do South 

Welland 

Wellington, North 

do Cemre .... 

do South 

Wentworth, North 

do South 

York, North. 

do East 

do West 



No. of 
Candi- 
dates. 



Amount. 



Total, General Election.. 



Special. 



Russell 

Hastings, North. 

do East.. 

Huron, Centre, . 



Total, Ontario 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
200 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
150 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

9,100 



50 

50 

100 

100 



9,400 



QUEBEC. 



Argenteuil.. 

Bagot 

Beauce 

Beauharnois 



100 
100 
100 

100 



Beauhr.rnois (2nd Election) 

Bellechasee 

Berthier. 

Bonaventure 



150 
100 
100 
100 



140 



♦Statement showing Amounts received from the several Candidates during 
the last General Election and Special Elections — Continued. 

QUEBEC— Concluded. 



Electoral District. 



No. of 
Candi- 
dates. 



Brome 

Chambly 

Champlain 

Chailevoix , 

do (2nd Election)..., 

Ohateauguay 

Chicoutirai and Saguenay.. ... 

Compton 

Dorchester 

Drummond and Arthabaska. 

Gaspe 

Hochelaga 

Huntingdon ,..., 

Iberville 

Jacques Cartier 

Job'ette 

do (2nd Election) 

Kamouraska 

Laprairie 

L'Assomption 

Laval c ... 

Levis. 

L'Islet. . 

Lotbiniere ,. 

Maskinonge 

Megantic 

Missisquoi 

Montcalm 

Montmagny 

Montmorency 

Montreal, East... 

do West 



Amount. 



$ 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
150 
100 

50 
100 
100 
100 

50 
100 
100 
100 

50 i 

ioo ; 

100 I 

150 

150 

100 

100 

200 

100 

100 

100 

100 



Electoral District. 



Montreal, Centre 

Napierville 

Nicolet ,.., 

Ottawa (County). .. ., 

Pontiac 

Portneuf 

Quebec, East , , 

do West 

do Centre ., 

do County 

Richelieu 

Richmond and Wolfe 

Rimouski. 

Rouville 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. Johns 

St. Maurice 

Shefford 

Sherbrooke 

Soulanges 

Stanstead 

Temiscouata 

Terrebonne 

do (2nd Election)... 

Three Rivers 

do (2nd Election) 

Two Mountains 

Vaudreuil 

Vercheres 

Yamaska , 



No. of 
Candi- 
dates 



Total, Quebec 



Amount. 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

50 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
150 

50 
100 
100 
100 
100 

50 
100 

50 
100 
100 
100 
100 

7,000 



NOVA SCOTIA. 



Annapolis ,., 

Antigonish 

Cape Breton 

Colchester 

Cumberland 

do (2nd Election) 

Digby 

Guysborough 

Halifax 

Hants 

Inverness , 



100 
100 
50 
100 
100 
200 
100 
150 



100 j Kings 

150 Lunenburg 

Pictou 

do (2nd Election). 

Queens 

Richmond 

Shelburne 

Victoria 

Yarmouth 



Total, Nova Scotia. 



i 
2 

2 
4 
1 



100 
100 
200 
50 
100 
100 
150 
100 
100 

2,150 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 




Albert 

Carleton... 
Charlotte . 
Gloucester 

* Account not received 



141 



Statement showing Amounts received from the several Candidates dnrini 
the last General Election and Special Elections. — Concluded. 

NEW BRUNSWICK.— Concluded. 



Electoral District. 



No. of 
Candi- 
dates. 



Amount. 



Restigouche 1 

St. John (City) 2 

do do (2nd Election)..! 1 

do (City and County)... .} 4 

Sunbuiy : 2 

I 



% 

50 
100 

50 
200 
100 



Electoral District. 



Victoria 

Westmoreland. 
York 



Total, New Brunswick. 



. No. of 
| Candi- 
l dates. 

i 



Amount. 



100 
100 
100 



1,700 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Queens County . 



do 
Prince County. 



(2nd Election). 



200 

50 
200 



Kings County 

Total, P. E. Island. 



200 
650 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Cariboo 

New Westminster. 

Vancouver 

Victoria 



1 


50 


2 


100 


4 


200 


3 


150 



Yale. 



Total, British Columbia. 



50 
550 







MANITOBA. 








1 
2 
1 


50 I Selkirk 


2 


ICO 


Marquette (acconnt not sent in) 






50 Total, Manitoba 


200 











14!2 

RECAPITULATION. 

ONTARIO. 



Constituency. 



Returning Officer. 



Addington 

Algoma 

Bothwell 

Brant, North 

do South 

Brockville 

Bruce, North ... 

do South 

Cardwell.. .. 

Carleton 

Cornwall 

Dundas 

Durham, East 

do West 

Elgin do 

do East 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

Grenville, South ... 

Grey, South 

do East 

do North 

Haldimand 

Halton 

Hamilton 

Hastings, West 

do East 

do North 

Huron, North 

do Centre 

do South 

Kent.... 

Kingston 

Lambton 

Lanark, North 

do South... 

Leeds and Grenville, 

North 

Leeds, South 

Lennox 

Lincoln „., 

London 

Middlesex, North 

do East 

do West 

Monk. 

Muskoka 

Niagara 

Norfolk, South 

do North.... 

Northumberland, W. 
do E.. 

Ontario, North 

do South 

Ottawa City 

Oxford, North 

do South 

Peel 

Perth, North 

do South 



N. P. Roblin 

C. J. Barapton 

P. D.McKellar 

John Smith.. 

T. S. Shenston 

A. L. Richards... . 

Wm. Sutton 

John McLav 

D. F. Campbell.... 
W. F. Powell 

'John Copeland 

J. P. Crysler 

R. N. Waddell... . 

;R. Armour 

JA. McLachlin , 

'C. Munro 

i J. W. Askin 

R. M.Rose , 

'Angus McDonald.. 

P. McRae 

Joseph Magan 

Thos. Lauder 

R, McKnight , 

A. P. Farrell 

Thos. Racey 

Thos. Beasley 

W. H. Ponton 

Hiram Holden 

Geo. Taylor , 

Thos, Holmes , 

James Dickson 

Robert Gibbons.... 
John Mercer 

E. J. Barker 

James Flintoft 

John Menzies 

James Thompson.. 



Ormond Jones 

Wm. Patrick 

0. T. Pruyn 

J. A. Woodruff. 

W. 0. L. Gill 

W. K. Atkinson 

Wm. Glass 

S. Blackburn 

D. D'Everardo 

J. Ewart Lount 

John Powell 

Ij. H. McCall 

,Edmund Deede3 .... 

E. A. McNachtan.., 
•John M. Grover- 

N. G. Reynolds . ... 

J. Ham Perry 

Alex. Burritt 

George Perry 

James Ingersoll 

Robert Broddy 

John Hossie 

P, Whelihan 



Amount 
Claimed. 



Amount 
Allowed. 



$ cts. 

954 45 

1,566 49 

907 27 

376 92 

667 03 

448 52 

737 73 

1,079 49 

644 29 

1,062 83 

324 59 

828 32 

651 04 
436 71 
457 46 
721 15 

1,339 77 
608 12 
617 05 
466 49 
629 34 
903 18 
624 95 
528 90 
734 69 
762 93 
520 20 

652 44 
824 56 
804 93 
807 31 
710 80 

1,101 31 j 
600 41 

1,098 27 ! 
406 60 | 
563 06 

510 55 
727 76 
705 46 
876 17 
637 42 
898 89 

1,148 88 
628 37 
781 62 

2,219 41 
218 38 
703 68 
688 28 
690 41 
797 63 

1,086 93 
739 58 

1,094 80 
692 08 
709 49 
537 64 

1,037 72 
873 42 



Amount 
paid 
by Candi- 
dates. 



$ cts. 

862 95 
1,361 99 
831 77 
370 121 
664 88, 
439 77j 
706 65 



1,094 43 



690 34 1 


987 58] 


324 


59 


712 


02, 


631 


54 


429 66 1 


448 


46i 


683 


15! 


1,250 


77| 


598 


721 


598 


05| 


462 


49 ! 


615 


94 


891 


63 


669 95 


528 90 


715 


59 


762 98 


517 


85 


628 


14 : 


764 56 


743 30 | 


781 


81 


683 30 ! 


1,101 


31 


575 


00 ! 


1,040 


85| 


406 


60 ' 


555 


51 


487 20] 


651 


86 


692 


86: 


823 89| 


633 92! 


815 


69i 


932 


58> 


604 


57: 


768 


05 


1,965 46 


207 


23 


651 


68 


682 


28! 


674 9Ll 


762 


23! 


1,001 


08; 


703 


78 i 


1,013 


20 


691 


88 


675 


99 


534 


04 


987 


12 


813 


52 



cts. 



Amount 

paid 

byGovern- 

ment. 



Remarks. 



cts. 



100 00 


762 95 


100 00 


1,261 99 


100 00 


731 77 


100 00 


270 12 


100 00 


564 88 


100 CO 


339 77. 


100 00 


606 65 


100 00 


994 43' 


100 00 


490 34 


200 00 


787 58 


100 00 


224 69 


100 00 


612 02 


100 00 


631 54 


100 00 


329 63 


100 00 


348 46 


100 00 


588 15 


150 00 


1,100 77 


100 00 


498 72 


100 CO 


498 05 


100 00 


362 49 


100 00 


515 94 


100 00 


791 63 


100 00 


569 95 


150 001 


378 90 


100 00 


. 615 59 


200 00 


562 93 


100 00 


417 85 


100 00 


528 14 


100 00 


661 56 


100 00 


643 30 


100 00 


681.81 


100 00 


583 30 


100 00 


1,001 31 


150 00 


425 00 


100 00 


940 57 


100 00 


306 60 


100 00 


455 51 


100 00 


387 20 


100 00 


557 86 


100 00 


592 86 


100 00 


723 89 


100 00 


533 92 


100 00 


715 6n 


100 00 


832 58 


100 00 


504 57 


100 00 


668 05 


100 00 


1,595 46 


100 00 


107 23 


100 00 


551 68 


100 00 


£82 28 


100 03 


574 91 


100 00 


662 23 


100 <)■> 


90i os; 


100 00 


603 78 


200 00 


813 20 


100 00 


£91 88 


100 00 


575 99 


100 00 


434 04 


100 00 


887 12 


100 00 


713 52 



U3 
RECAPITULATION— Continued. 

ONTARIO— Concluded. 



Constituency. 



Returning Officer. 



Peterborough, East.. F. W. Haultain. 

do West.. Jas. A. Hall 

Prescott County Ijames P. Wells 

Prince Edward ! James Gillespie . 

Renfrew, North 
do South 

Russell. 

Simcoe, North 



James Morris. 

A. Irving 

James Keays 

T. D. McOonkey . 

do 'South ,'Thos. Machonchy. 

D. E Mclntyre.... 

C. Lindsay 

Fred. W. Jarvis... 



Stormont 

Toronto, West .. 
do Centre 

do East W. T. O'Rielly.... 

Victoria, South H. Dunsford 

do North George Kempt- 
Waterloo, North George Davidson 

do South ,D. McDougall 

Welland [Robert Hobson... 

Wellington, North... jJohn Anderson.. 

do South... |Hon. P. Gow 

do Centre.. J. P. MacMillan | 

Wentworth, North... J. H. Grier I 

do South ...A. McKellar | 

York, North James D. Pearson.... j 

do East [Samuel Wickson j 

do West J. M. Lawrence 



Amount 
Claimed. 



$ cts. 

971 94 
515 55 

530 56 
808 69 
594 31 
551 70 

791 91 
1,280 14 

773 96 

531 75 
1,235 15 

919 02 
993 32 
781 41 

562 62 
639 76 
773 31 
715 74 
890 40 
714 21 

1,103 96 
479 12 
496 82 

792 46 
816 09 

563 19 



i Amount Amount 
paid paid 

by Candi- byGovern- 
dates. ' ment. 

! I 



891 74 
463 53 
530 56 
770 04 
587 51 
543 80 
658 81 

1,273 03 
745 81 
530 75 

1,136 85 
784 52 
928 62 

780 41 
667 42 
6(8 71 
772 04 
687 94 
827 41 
714 21 
878 41 
474 62 
483 42 
766 56 

781 34 
542 09 



cts. % cts. 



100 00 
100 00 
150 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
1C0 00 
100 oc 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



Total I 65,831 45 



62,444 99 j 9,100 00 



$ cts, 

791 74 
363 58 
380 56 
670 04 
487 51 
443 80 
558 81 

1,173 03 
615 81 
430 75 

1,036 85 
784 52 
828 62 

680 41 
457 M 
508 71 j 
672 04 
587 94 
727 41 I 
614 21 
778 41 
374 62 ! 
383 42 | 

. 692 46 j 

681 34 | 
442 09 I 



Remarks. 



53,344 99 



SPECIAL ELECTIONS. 



Huron, Centre Robert Gibbons., 

Resell jjames Keays 

Hastings, North |Geo. Taylor 

do East iH. Hoiden 



816 00 

90 90 

106 90 

604 10 



Total 1 1,617 90 



790 00 


81 


00 


102 


90 


576 


60 



100 00 
50 00 
50 00 

100 00 



1.550 50 



690 00 
31 00 

52 90 
476 60 



300 00 1,250 50 

I 



QUEBEC. 



Thos. Barron.- ... 
J. C. Bachand .... 
T. J. Ta3chereau 
Louis Hainault ... 

L. S Forgues 

Basile E. Pellant. 
Jas. G. LaBel 



Argenteuil 

Bagot 

Beauce , 

Beauhamois 

Bellechasse 

Berthier 

Bonaventure 

Brome iPeter Cowan.. .. 

Chambly P. E. Hurteau... 

Champlain G. H. Dufresne. 

Charlevoix Chas. Duberger 

Chateauguay . A. If. Gagnier .. 

Chicoutimi andj 

Saguenay C. Hebert 

Compton B. 8. Orr , 

Dorchester 'J. E. Rouleau.., 

Drummond and| 

Arthabaska IP. N. Dorion 

Gaspe I A. Dumais 

Hochelaga iL. W T . Sicotte. ., 



701 36 


644 16 


100 00, 


564 16 


664 59 


627 29 


100 ooi 


527 29 


932 61 


892 81 


100 


792 81 


335 81 


314 81 


100 00] 


214 81 


601 20 


562 93 


ioo oo] 


462 98 


809 80 


746 80 


ioo oo! 


646 80 


656 21 


583 46 


100 001 


483 46 


671 81 


525 61 


100 00 


425 61 


584 89 


491 79 


100 00 


391 79 


818 04 


724 24 


LOO 00 1 


624 24 


5S9 12 


522 52 


100 ool 


422 52 


401 08 


480 98 


LOO 00 


380 98 


1.083 18 


1.008 78 


LOO Ool 


908 78 


7 !0 40 




ioo 00 


584 50 


890 40 




100 00, 




1,002 12 


944 92 


100 00 


814 92 


2,879 95 


1,755 93 




1,655 93 


1,527 34 


1,459 39 


100 00, 


1,359 39 



144 
RECAPITULATION— Co ntinued. 

QUEBEC— Continued. 



Constituency. 



Huntingdon 

Iberville 

Jacques Cartier. 



Returning Officers. 



Amount 
Claimed. 



Joliette 

Kamouraska 

Laprairie 

L' Assumption 

Laval 

Levis 

L'Islet 

Lotbiniere 

Maskiuonge 

Megantic 

Missisquoi 

Montcalm 

Montmagny 

Montmorency.. 

Montreal East 

do West 

do Centre 

Napierville 

Nicolet 

Ottawa County 

Pontiao 

Portneuf 

Quebec East 

do West 

do Centre 

do County 

Richelieu 

Richmond and Wolfe 

Rimouski 

Rouville. 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. Johns 

St Maurice 

Sheffbrd 

Sherbrooke 

Soulanges 

Stanstead 

Temiscouata ... 

Terrebonne 

Three Rivers 

Two Mountains 

Vaudreuil 

Vercheres 

Yamaska 



A. Somerville 

M. A. Bi?ette 

P. C. Valois and I 

I E.V.Olivier j 

B. H Leprohon... ..... 

V. Tache 

A. Beauvais 

B. Rocher 

A. E. Leonard 

Louis Begin 

A. Micbaud 

Jos. Filteau ... 

I E. Pichette 

W. H. Lambly 

Richard Dickinson... 

Jos. E. Beaupre 

J. D Lepine 

G. Dick 

L. N. Duvernay 

L. A. Des Rosiers 

Jas. E. Mullin 

Ep. Bouchard 

Jos. A. Blondin 

Wm. Washburn 

Walter Rimer 

H. Q. De St. Georges 
Isaie Nolet 

C. N. Montizambert.. 
Chas. Alleyn... 

(Jos. E. Bedard 

i P. Guevremont... 

'P. Duval. 

A. E. Guay 

H. E. Poulin 

H. St, Germain 

Chas. Nolin 

R. Kiernan ' 

Jos. Lefebvre j 

Daniel Thomas | 

Jas. Steven3 

C. A. Richardson 

Elie Mailloux 

Louis G. Lachaine... 

Severe Dumoulin 

Z. Rouselle 

Frs. de St. Bastien.... 

Aime Geoffrion 

Louis M. Blondin 



Amount 
Allowed. 



$ cts. 

66 10! 

377 02: 

821 18 

749 95 
634 91 
494 6+| 
517 98| 
73 45' 
878 59i 
479 35| 
580 49| 
744 56 
666 93 i 
569 38 
392 49 
373 79 
433 44 

3,812 35 

3,159 85J 

2,571 35! 
396 35 1 
861 59 | 

2,094 59 
975 50 I 
844 61 

1,175 371 

73 56, 

558 51! 

769 20 

796 25! 

1,061 18; 

1,276 351 
859 13" 
555 32 
498 57. 
455 94 
810 04 
128 45' 
438 391 
575 89j 
702 56' 
640 70 
32 7 571 
593 14j 
551 86. 
498 80 ' 
425 12 



Amount Amount 

paid paid 

by Candi- byGovern- 

date. ment. 



$ cts. 

66 10 

374 42i 

552 23J 

740 15 
634 91 
424 04 
487 53 
73 45 
843 16| 
456 85 
527 491 
698 72; 
651 20 
520 38 

382 79! 
339 29! 
430 44 

2,247 85 
1,651 95 
1,494 97 

383 95 
821 29 

1,719 08 
952 82 
755 63 

1,089 77 
73 56 
534 11 
709 44 
740 55 
902 98 

1,081 65 
798 53 
534 82 
442 55 
410 49 
789 24 
126 95 
4)2 59 
546 39 
676 76 
592 80 
327 57 
492 39 
486 86 
475 80 
396 62 



Remarks. 



$ cts. 

50 00 

100 00' 

100 00* 

100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
50 00 
100 OOJ 
100 00, 
150 00 
150 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
100 00 ' 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00: 

100 00 ; 
100 00 j 
100 001 
100 00 
100 00' 

100 oo 1 
ioo oo! 

50 00 1 
100 001 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 i 

ioo oo| 

100 00' 
100 00' 
100 00 
100 oo I 

150 00, 
50 00 1 
100 00 ' 
100 00 i 
100 00, 



100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00, 

ioo oo! 
ioo oo: 



$ cts. 

16 10 

274 42 

452 23 

640 15 
534 91 1 
313 0* 
387 53 
23 45 
743 16 
356 85! 
377 49 
548 72 
551 20 
420 38 
182 79 
239 29 
330 44 
2,147 85 
1,551 95 
1,394 97' 
283 95 
721 29 
1,619 08 
852 821 
655 63] 
989 77 f 
23 56 
434 11 
609 44 
640 55 
802 98 
981 65 
698 53 
434 82 
342 55 
310 49 
639 24 
76 95 
312 59 
446 39 
576 76 
492 80 
227 57 
392 39 
386 86 
375 80 
296 62 



Total | 54,918 36 44,562 98| 6,600 00| 37,962 98 



SPECIAL OR SECOND ELECTIONS. 



Terrebonne.., 
Three Rivers 
Compton...... 

Charlevoix... 

Joliette. 

Beauharnois., 



L. G Lachaine 


94 00 j 


79 00 




Severe Dumoulin 


96 231 


57 40 




E. S. Orr 


88 10| 


88 10 




Telesphore Fortin.... 


574 80| 


547 80| 


B. H. Leprohon 


113 55 1 


107 40 1 


Jos. Mayer 


423 00 


401 90 


Total 


1,301 68 


1,281 60 





50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

100 00 | 
50 00 1 

150 00; 



29 00 
7 40| 

38 10 1 
447 80 

57 40 
251 90 



450 OOj 831 60 



145 



RECAPITULATION— Continued. 

NOVA SCOTIA. 



Constituency. 



Amount 
Returning Officer. , n . • , 
& i Claimed. 



Amount 
Amount paid 

Allowed, by 'iruli 
I dates. 



Amount 
j oaid 
ibyGovern- 
ment. 



Rem irks. 



Annapolis 

Antigonish 

Cape Breton 

Colcbestei 

Cumberland 

Digby 

Guy.-b trough.. 

Halifax 

Hants 

Inverness.. 

King's 

Lunenburg 

Pictou 

Queen's 

Richmond 

JSbelburne 

Victoria 

Yarmouth 



$ cts. S cts. 



Peter Bornett 

H. P. Elill 

So account rendered 

Chas Blanchard 

R McLean 

W H. Taylor 

T C. Part 

Joseph Bell 

Ed Ourrie 

K McD<.ugall 

J M. Cabiwell 

J. II. Kaulbach... 

W H. Harris 

J. \. Freeman 

Jno F. Fuller 

G W. McLean 

D DutiL.p 

W. K. Dudman 



Total. 



524 (9 | 

361 11 

" 672 24 i 
1,36(3 50 j 
546 40 
68 39 | 
2,0.7 »9 | 
000 75 . 
61* 57 | 
881 05 j 
762 04 
821 38 
330 90 
386 19 
493 15 
532 77 
482 77 



473 70 
364 11 

6^9 24 
9i8 60 
515 20 
5(7 9^ 

i,8 a 9i 

575 35 

612 47 
5i"4 85 
727 54 
851 18 
330 90 
371 94 
491 40 
481 17 
479 77 



11.740 22 i 10,827 95 



$ cts 

H'O oo 
150 00 

100 00 
luO 00 
100 uo 

100 ) 

200 oo ; 

100 00 i 
10 ( ' 
100 • j 
10) oo I 

200 00 ! 



100 (,o 
100 OU 
150 00 
100 00 
100 00 



371 76 
214 11 

5 : ;o 24 ' 
818 6> 
445 20 
4)7 93 
1,641 94 
4 75 35 
462 07 
474 85 
627 51 
651 18 
230 90 
271 91 
341 40 
38 l 17 
379 77 



2,050 00 | 8,777 95 



Underpaid 40c. 



SPECIAL ELECTIONS. 



Cumberland 

Pictou 


R. McLean 

W. H. Harris 


204 30 
100 90 


132 30 
100 90 


50 00 | 
50 00 


82 30 
50 90 






Total 






305 20 


233 20 


100 00 1 


133 20 





NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Albert.. 

Carleton 

Charlotte 

Gloucester 

Kent 

King's. 

Northumberland . 

Queen's. 

Restigouche 

St. John 

do 

Sunbury , 

Victoria 

Westmoreland 

York 



Silas Lynds 

F R. J. Dibble 

No account rendered 

R. B. Vail 

A. Girouard 

S N. Freeze 

John Shirreff 

John Palmer 

W. H. Phillips 

City 

City and County 

James S. White. ... 

A. D. Olmstead.... 

B. Botsfbrd 

Thos. Temple... 

Total 



355 79 

718 38 



346 99 
342 43 



179 51 


111 25 


985 10 


846 84 


919 06 


896 66 


667 50 


641 75 


460 04 


454 29 


124 21 


94 21 


614 35 


614 35 


1,129 57 


1,0-5 07 


4.'0 65 


394 65 


520 8 4 


516 04 


1,423 92 


796 45 


1,326 88 


1,146 88 



200 00 
100 00 



50 00 
250 00 
100 00 
10) 00 
100 00 I 

50 00 
100 00 I 
200 00 I 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



9,782 29 j 8,266 86 1,650 00 



146 99 
242 43 



61 25 
596 8 4 
796 66 
541 75 
354 29 
44 21 
5.4 35 
865 07 
294 65 
416 04 
696 45 
1,046 88 



6,617 86 



SPECIAL ELECTION- 



St. John (City).... 
5 6—10 



J. A. Harding. 



68 00 



58 00 50 00 




14(5 
RECAPITULATION— Concluded. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Constituency. 


Returning Officer. 


Amount 
Claimed. 


Amount 
Allowed. 


Amount 
paid 
by Candi- 
dates, 


Amount 

paid 

byGovern- 

ment. 


Remarks. 


King's County 

Prince do 


M. McOormack 

A E. Holland 

W. R. Watson 


$ cts. 

989 07 

958 54 

j 911 33 


$ cts. 

846 67 
936 79 
799 95 


$ cts. 

200 00 
200 00 
200 00 


$ cts. 

616 67 
736 79 
599 95 

1,983 41 






Total 










j 2,758 94 


2,583 41 


| 600 00 





SPECIAL ELECTION. 



Queen's 'Wm. R. Watson 



114 45 



108 55 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



50 00 



58 55 



Cariboo 

New Westminster. 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

Yale 



George Byrnes .. 
iH V. Edmunds.. 
E. L. Price 

Thomas Harris .. 
John Ussher 



Total. 



120 45 


1,064 26 , 


1,176 70 ! 


828 75 


57 50 


3,247 66 



120 45 


1,015 01 


1,126 70 


82 s 75 


57 50 



3,148 41 



50 00 
100 CO 
200 00 
150 00 

50 00 



550 00 



70 45 
915 01 
926 70 j 
678 75 

7 50 ! 

2,598 41 





SPECIAL ELECTION, 28TH MARCH, 


1878. 






New Westminster 


H. C. Edmonds | 582 09 582 09 

t ! 


1 00 


482 09 





MANITOBA, 



Selkirk 


.. Colin lnkster 

... Thomas S'nclair .. .. 


451 52 
129 00 
163 64 


354 42 

H9 00 

102 50 


100 00 
50 00 
50 00 


254 42 
M (0 

52 :0 


. 




... Jos. Lecompte 






i 

Total 






741 16 


545 92 


200 00 


345 92 





CONTINGENT EXPENSES. 



Name. 



Service. 



Amount. 



D. Sinclair ; For Personal services and expenses in connection with Montreal 

election 

H. N. Tabb j Travelling expenses in connection with Montreal election.. 

Montreal Telegraph Co ....i Telegrams. 

Dominion do j do 

Sundry persons Copying and issuing writs, etc. 

Total 



650 68 


31 50 


99 69 


33 98 


68 00 



8H3 85 



147 



GENERAL RECAPITULATION. 



Province. 



Amount 
Claimed. 



Amount 
Allowed. 



Ontario •• 

do (Special) 

Quebec ~ 

do Special 

Nova Scotia 

do Special 

New Brunswick 

do Special 

Prince Edward Island 

do Special 

British Columbia 

do Special 

Manitoba 

Contingent expenses 



Total 



$ cts. 

65,831 45 

1,617 90 I 

54,918 36 

1,301 68 

11,740 22 

305 20 

9,782 29 

58 00 

2,758 94 

114 45 

3,247 66 

582 09 

744 16 

883 85 



153,002 40 



$ cts. 

62,444 99 

1,550 50 

41,562 98 

1,281 60 

10,827 95 

233 20 

8,266 86 

58 00 

2,583 41 

108 55 

3,148 41 

582 09 

545 92 

883 85 



136,194 46 



Amount 

paid 
by Candi- 
dates. 



$ cts, 

9,100 00 
300 00 

6,600 00 
450 00 

2,050 00 
100 00 

1,65) 00 

50 00 

600 00 

60 00 ! 
550 00 I 
10) 00 I 
200 00 I 



21,700 00 



Amount 
pni«i 

by Govern- 
ment. 



$ cts. 

53,344 99 
1,250 50 

37,y62 98 

831 60 

8,777 95 

133 20 

6,617 86 

8 00 

1,983 41 

58 55 

2,598 41 

48! 09 

3»5 92 

883 85 

115,279 31 



The difference between the sum paid — $313.04, as per Public Accounts (page 
xjart 2), in the Laprairie election, and the amount allowed — $324.04, as shewn at 
: 85, arises from the fact that the sum of $11 was paid after the close of the 
1 year ending June 30th, 18*76. That sum will appear in the Public Accounts 
179-80. 






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